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undergo

verb /andəˈɡəu/ ( past tense underwent /-ˈwent/, past participle undergone /-ˈɡon/)
to experience or endure
sufrir, pasar (por)
They underwent terrible hardships.
to go through (a process)
pasar (por); someter (a)
The car is undergoing tests/repairs She has been undergoing medical treatment.
(Definition of undergo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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