underwent

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  • During this year, the college also underwent large expansion and officially became a university.
  • He spent the following twenty months in a hospital in Germany, where he underwent four operations.
  • The constituent stations also underwent a number of name changes during their history.
  • The series underwent significant changes during its second season.
  • At that time many Indian cities underwent a change of name.
  • The band underwent further line-up changes during the recording of Street Fighting Years.
  • The band then underwent several changes of lead guitar, changing the name of the band each time.
  • The band underwent several lineup changes early in their career, along with some major changes later on.
  • Conscripted soldiers underwent one year of training and one year of service as non-professional soldiers.
  • She remained in the hospital for eight days while she underwent skin grafting.
  • He underwent a three-hour discectomy, and was told his full strength would return in six months.
  • She promptly underwent her first depth charge attack but suffered no damage.
  • The view of international law on population transfer underwent considerable evolution during the 20th century.
  • The town now underwent its second wave of expansion, mainly from Scotland.
  • He underwent treatment and has since remained cancer free.
  • They underwent medical treatment during the following year.
  • In the early 19th century the family's name underwent a change, as many names do over the years.
  • He underwent a complicated operation, and continued his treatment for a year.
  • International law on population transfer underwent considerable evolution during the 20th century.
  • The bridge underwent testing for three weeks, after which it was declared safe and ready to be opened.
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Root form of underwent is undergo for the verb.

Meaning of underwent

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