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"You can't take these two pills at a time. Since the new drug you've been prescribed is going to undercut the effect of the drug you've been taking already, you're supposed to take them on a two-hour gap/period??"(there should be two hours between the intake of the drugs)?
Would this sentence be grammatically correct? What about the use of the verb "undercut"?
Last edited by ostap77; 18-Jul-2011 at 22:01.
"Undercut" is usually used in connection with money, when one company or individual charges a lower price than another in order to gain business.