undergo

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  • Thousands of regular military and reserve troops undergo training at the complex each year.
  • The written letters undergo a slight external change according to their position within a word.
  • Sometimes these materials undergo a change during the course their being exhibited.
  • Most of the major characters undergo a conversion in some way or another.
  • At the massive complex, thousands of regular military and reserve troops undergo training each year.
  • Years later the population began to undergo another change.
  • Both regular and militia officer candidates undergo a one-year program of basic training.
  • For our country or friends we ought to be ready to undergo or perform the greatest difficulties.
  • Metamorphic rocks usually do not undergo further change when they are brought back to the surface.
  • After she survived, she had to undergo yet another operation.
  • In practice, most materials undergo a combination of these two effects.
  • He has had to undergo additional surgery to correct his heart problems.
  • Sometimes, the strand may undergo an initial hot rolling process before being cut.
  • In addition, some members of the Central Committee wanted him to undergo punishment of some kind.
  • This can undergo significant changes over time, and the lake level experiences slow periods of rise and fall.
  • They undergo many trials as they try to free themselves of what is precious to them and change their state.
  • Notaries are generally required to undergo special training in the performance of their duties.
  • He was asked to leave the band in order to undergo drug rehabilitation.
  • Dancers also undergo special practice sessions to learn control of their eye movements.
  • She made a full recovery and is not expected to undergo any further surgery for the condition.
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Meaning of undergo

  • verb Pass through
    The chemical undergoes a sudden change, The fluid undergoes shear, undergo a strange sensation