Definition of 'undergo'
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Six years ago she had to undergo brain surgery. The Sun (2017)He has undergone surgery and is breathing on a ventilator. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And her whirlwind rise to national sweetheart is not the only drastic change she has undergone this year. The Sun (2016)She has undergone 17 operations to reconstruct her face. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It offers more hope, but those with loved ones who have undergone the treatment say it is not a miracle cure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She also campaigned to get the treatment she underwent widely available on the NHS. The Sun (2016)Getting the resolution you deserved has been a long process, and you have also been undergoing difficult treatment for your illness during this time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have women in our shelter waiting for ages while they undergo multiple operations - it's horrific. Times, Sunday Times (2017)New entrants must undergo training in their first two years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet the script has undergone numerous transformations over the past two decades. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She had been given a day pass from hospital after recently undergoing an operation for cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The taxman has undergone many changes during the past decade. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He now works as an instructor to other troops undergoing parachute training. The Sun (2010)Which is exactly why the rum warehouse has undergone this transformation. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is recovering in hospital after undergoing an operation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She had to undergo surgery and has since been released from hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said that pilgrims needed to undergo reflection and change. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Each counsellor undergoes an intensive training programme before beginning work. Know Your Own Mind (1991)The world today is undergoing a transformation as profound as the industrial revolution. Sociology (1995)He has had four knee operations and recently underwent surgery to correct a back injury. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The former world light welterweight champion has undergone a transformation in attitude and fighting style. The Sun (2012)They undergo tough training before they are let loose on board but can they sail the vessel using limited technology? The Sun (2008)Any alternative treatment you undergo is going to take time - and no one can expect miracles. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)The second is undergoing operations for cataract, and the health of the third is exceedingly bad. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Iraq is also undergoing profound changes, this time for good reasons. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She is now 27 and has undergone numerous major operations such as knee replacements. The Sun (2013)All 180 patients were told there was a one in three chance they would undergo sham surgery. The Sun (2006)First, we observe that the dominant ideas held by society undergo change. The Making of Neoclassical Economics (1990)Not insurgents merely disguised in uniform, but officers who will have undergone vetting and training. The Sun (2012)I see this as a kind of insurance, which is very positive for people undergoing treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And this helps patients undergoing cancer treatment, according to researchers in Australia. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'undergo'
British English: undergo /ˌʌndəˈɡəʊ/ VERB
If you undergo something necessary or unpleasant, it happens to you.
New recruits have been undergoing training.
- American English: undergo
- Arabic: يَتَحَمَّلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: submeter-se
- Chinese: 经历
- Croatian: podvrći se
- Czech: podstoupit
- Danish: gennemgå
- Dutch: ondergaan beleven
- European Spanish: padecer
- Finnish: kokea
- French: subir
- German: durchmachen
- Greek: υποβάλλομαι σε
- Italian: sottoporsi
- Japanese: 経験する
- Korean: 경험하다
- Norwegian: gjennomgå
- Polish: przejść
- European Portuguese: submeter-se
- Romanian: a urma
- Russian: испытывать
- Spanish: padecer
- Swedish: genomgå
- Thai: ประสบ อดทน อดกลั้น
- Turkish: geçmek deneyim/ameliyat
- Ukrainian: зазнавати
- Vietnamese: trải qua
Definition of undergo from the Collins English Dictionary
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