To pass through; experience: a house that is undergoing renovations. (verb-transitive)
To endure; suffer: undergo great hardship. (verb-transitive)
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Use "undergo" in a sentence
"Did McCain undergo some sea change of torture opinion after voting YEA on the Military Commissions Act of 2006?"
"For a second -- I bending down, she stretching up -- our faces were neighbors, and I had time to see her expression undergo several lightning changes -- surprise, incredulity, and a few others not as easy to read -- before she retired, leaving Tibe to me."
"Latin undergo an uncounted variation of termination, suggesting so many different ideas in addition to the four primary ones."