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undersubscribed in Business topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundersubscribedun‧der‧sub‧scribed /ˌʌndəsəbˈskraɪbd $ -dər-/ adjective  Ban activity, sale, service etc that is undersubscribed is not bought or used by enough people opp oversubscribed
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undersubscribedAnd, I believe, science courses continue to be undersubscribed in our universities.The placing and rights issue to fund the acquisition were undersubscribed, with 61.2 percent of the rights issue taken up.