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un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt),
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been increasing that value, that is, overshoot in a negative direction.

un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt)
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been raising that value, i.e., overshoot in a negative direction.
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