undershoot

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{a} moved by water passing under
A digitized line that does not quite reach a line that it should intersect or join
shoot short of or below (a target)
shoot short of or below (a target) fall short of (the runway) in a landing; "The plane undershot the runway
To shoot short of (a mark)
To not shoot far enough or well enough
fall short of (the runway) in a landing; "The plane undershot the runway"
{f} shoot short of a target; land short of a target
An arc that does not intersect another arc See dangling arc
The difference in temperature between the temperature a process goes to, below the set point, after the cooling cycle is turned off and the set point temperature
  See overshoot
Misjudgement of approach when landing The glider will touch down before your intended arrival point (can be very dangerous and if not will have a pucker factor of 9 )
Transient change in a power supply output voltage that does not meet the lower limit of the voltage accuracy specification Typically occurs at power supply turn on/off or with some step change in output load or input line Also see Voltage accuracy
The transient period of increased negativity at the termination of an action potential
The lowest temperature which entire thermostat assembly will be subjected to regardless of its operating range or set point
A transient change in output voltage, below output accuracy limits, that can occur when a power supply is turned on or off, or when there is a step change in line or load
undershot
powered by water flowing from below
undershot
Simple past tense and past participle of undershoot
undershooting
third-person singular of undershoot
undershoots
third-person singular of undershoot
undershot
Moved by water passing beneath; said of a water wheel, and opposed to overshot; as, an undershot wheel
undershot
past of undershoot
undershot
having a lower part projecting beyond the upper; "an underhung jaw"; "undershot bulldog"
undershot
Having the lower incisor teeth projecting beyond the upper ones, as in the bulldog
undershot
{f} shoot short of a target; land short of a target
undershoot