Definition of undo
undidplay \ˌən-ˈdid, ˈən-\;
undoneplay \ˌən-ˈdən, ˈən-\;
undoingplay \ˌən-ˈdü-iŋ, ˈən-\
1 : to open or loose by releasing a fastening
2 : to make of no effect or as if not done : make null : reverse
: to come open or apart
undoerplay \ˌən-ˈdü-ər, ˈən-\ noun
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
Pence promised that the Trump team is already looking at executive actions the new president can take -- without Congress - to undo some of the regulations associated with Obamacare.
While Pence did not identify other policy targets, Republicans from Western states urged him Wednesday to undo some of the public land protections Obama has created through the 1906 Antiquities Act.
The Falcons know what can happen at the end of a game at CenturyLink Field, having been undone by the no-call on Richard Sherman on Oct. 16.
But after six years trying to undo President Barack Obama’s signature law, Republicans have not reached consensus on what their replacement would look like.
The Mets woke up Thursday still recovering from the cruelty of the wild-card game, a merciless baseball pressure cooker where one short inning can undo six hard-fought months.
This explanation undoes a basic assumption about healthy eating—that for everyone, a better diet is a matter of overcoming the temptation of salty, sweet, and fatty foods.
Paire’s flair was often undone by Rubin’s steady attacking to his forehand, and the Frenchman’s dislike of the heat kept his body language negative in contrast to Rubin’s calm.
Why does one man come undone while the next finds a way to make it through?
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Before 12th Century
First Known Use of undo
before 12th century
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
Definition of undo for Students
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