音标: [ˌʌndərˈɡoʊ]

Undergo means “endure until something is complete.” You might undergo testing to check your hearing or undergo special training if you want to volunteer at a homeless shelter.

The verb undergo means “experience” or “undertake.” It is often used to describe medical procedures, such as, an injured quarterback who will undergo shoulder surgery. The word implies that it is something that has to happen so that a positive change occurs, like healing in the case of the quarterback or greater communication skills for a hot-tempered person who undergoes anger management training.

And I prayed to undergo trials like his son.

I’ve made plans to undergo surgery

l formally refuse to undergo your procedure.

Yes! Before you say it, I know it’s undergone a lot of changes, But God has spoken through man to make his word clearer.

He underwent a spiritual overhaul three years ago.

As some of you may have noticed, our company is undergoing a regime change.

She’s now undergoing psychiatric evaluation.

Undergoing any medical treatment?

your body undergoes a fascinating series of changes.

Looks like our suspect’s undergone a profound change in attitude.