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
That’s part of a national effort to undo the Supreme Court’s controversial Citizens United decision, which allowed for unlimited spending on elections by corporations and labor unions, including supporting and opposing candidates.
On a national scale, the organization is concerned the Trump administration will work to undo protections put into place in recent years.
At last the day came when I was allowed to undo the third button.
There’s also a resolution by Democrats — with some Republican support — to undo the FCC’s decision and re-implement the Obama-era rules that has passed the Senate but faces long odds in Congress.
School officials at Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy are seeking permission from the Jefferson Parish School Board to undo a subdivision of a 20-acre tract of land so plans to build a new $51 million school can move forward.
Since being elected president, Donald Trump has worked to undo many of the legislative and civil rights achievements realized by President Barack Obama.
The plan would build on Trump’s April executive order undoing Obama’s decision to ban new operations in most of the Chukchi and Beaufort seas.
The decision threatened to undo years of international efforts to reunify Libya and contributed to a rise in international crude prices to close to $80 a barrel.
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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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