Examples of undo in a Sentence
You can't undo the past.
The damage cannot be undone.
He was undone by greed.
Recent Examples of undo from the Web
This was the first seed in the false narrative that undid him.
In the California governor’s race, Democratic front-runner Gavin Newsom quickly sought to cast the November contest as a referendum on Trump and his effort to undo much of President Barack Obama’s legacy, particularly on health care.
Córdova keeps the flame on high as Lulu and her sisters strike risky deals and face demons in an effort undo their mistake.
Many observers in both parties foresee a potential effort to undo the system after this election.
Ultimately, Deadpool 2 ends up undoing most of its narrative altogether.
This is in an effort to undo a consistent issue GLAAD has recorded in Hollywood: LGBTQ characters used solely as joke fodder.
Once this dynamic unfolds, Shakespeare seems to say, there is no undoing it from within.
My top priority is to undo the damage done by the Republican majority in Frankfort.
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UNDO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undo for English Language Learners
: to open or release (something) : to unfasten or loosen (something)
: to change or stop the effect of (something)
: to cause the failure of (someone or something)
UNDO Defined for Kids
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