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Date: 1900-2000
Origin: Probably from gazump + under

gazunder

verb
     
ga‧zun‧der [transitive] British English informal

be gazundered

if you are gazundered, someone who has agreed to buy your house says that they will only buy it for less than the amount originally agreed

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