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Definition of "underinvest" [underinvest]

  • To invest insufficiently (verb)

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Use "underinvest" in a sentence
  • "But the focus on people leads us to overinvest in the rewards for individual innovation and underinvest in the intellectual commons that make those innovations possible."
  • "During the presentation at Logitech's analyst and investor day on Wednesday, Mr. De Luca said resources committed to the Revue caused Logitech to "underinvest" in other parts of its business."
  • "Selfish and shortsighted is to underinvest on infrastructure."