Verb(1) fall short of (the runway(2) shoot short of or below (a target
(1) Third of all, investors overshoot and undershoot , just like you and me, because oops, that's who the investors are.(2) that approach path will cause the aircraft to undershoot the landing field(3) Corporation tax receipts, though up strongly in the year to date by some 19%, seem likely to again undershoot the 28% growth forecast by the Treasury.(4) Economic growth has been in line with the chancellor's budget projection, but the government deficit continues to undershoot .(5) Were we to continue to undershoot beyond the current two-year forecast horizon, this could damage our credibility.(6) If we focus on the profile of inflation over the last two years or so, the period over which the MPG has had more influence, there has indeed been a tendency for inflation to undershoot the target.(7) If we persistently undershoot the target, it could eventually damage our credibility.(8) If this continues, there is likely to be a major undershoot in public capital spending again this year.(9) If the prediction is correct, then Britain will undershoot the 2% to 2.5% growth predicted by Chancellor of the Exchequer in April.(10) open the full air brake after the final turn to check you can undershoot(11) This means that if you decide to follow this meter, you'll typically overshoot your target (especially deadly on short par 3 holes) or you'll undershoot badly (really painful on putts when you have to make par).(12) For the record, investors warned last month that while the economy was growing strongly, tax revenues continue to undershoot .(13) However, set against disappointment here has been an undershoot in government spending, with central government spending plus investment up by 5.7% year on year against a Budget forecast of 7.2% growth.(14) Based on trends to end August, tax receipts could undershoot the target by up to Ôö¼├║2bn, putting an enormous hole in the Ôö¼├║2.5 bn surplus target.(15) I kept the engine running just in case I undershot the landing place until I was around 50 ft above the field.(16) The means may well have undershot her individual expectations for championship glory, but the ends were pure sweetness.
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