Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Undergo"

The meaning of "Undergo" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does undergo mean?
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Q: What does underwent
mean?
A: The past tense for undergo, to bear or go through something
Q: What does undergo mean?
A: Undergo means that you experience something. Most the time it is connected with pain, surgery, or something unpleasant.

Ex. You are about to undergo a serious brain surgery.
Q: What does undergo mean?
A: To experience something (usually something bad)
Q: What does undergo a thorough mean?
A: undergo a thorough = there will be a full (examination of something)

The incident will undergo a thorough investigation.
There will be a full investigation regarding the incident.

Example sentences using "Undergo"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Undergo or underwent please .
A: The difference is that undergo is in the future tense and underwent is past tense.
Example: he underwent surgery. I will undergo surgery. (It is most commonly used when talking about surgery)
Q: Please show me example sentences with undergo.
A: "I am about to undergo a surgery." I usually hear the word "undergo" in relation to medical treatments. Here are some other ways: http://sentencedict.com/undergo.html
Q: Please show me example sentences with undergo.
A: you need to undergo a surgery to cure your cancer
Q: Please show me example sentences with undergo.
A: I will undergo training for my new job. (I will DO training for my new job)


She underwent a big weight loss. (she lost a lot of weight)
Q: Please show me example sentences with undergo.
A: The only example on my mind now is "undergo a surgery"

Synonyms of "Undergo" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between undergo and undertake ?
A: To undergo is to have something happen TO you,

while to undertake is to make the commitment to do something of your own accord
Q: What is the difference between undergo and experience and go through ?
A: They all have similar meanings. You can undergo/experience/go through surgery
Q: What is the difference between undergo and experience ?
A: Sorry, my Japanese isn't very good. Experience is an event that left any kind of impression on you and undergo means the same but is used when it was a bad experience.
Q: What is the difference between undergo and suffer ?
A: "Undergo" has less of a negative connotation, and doesn't necessarily imply suffering, but just that some kind of process or change is occuring to something.

For example: "The house is undergoing refurbishment." (The house is in the process of refurbishment." But you can't say "The house is suffering refurbishment," because the house is not alive and can't "suffer."

Also, when you use "to suffer," usually you need to use "from" or another word between the verb and the noun, for example: "I suffer from diabetes" NOT "I suffer diabetes."

Translations of "Undergo"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? undergo
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? undergo
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? reliable, currently, available, thus, undergo
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