Adjective: undone ,ún'dún
Verb: undo (undid,undone) ,ún'doo
- Not done
"the work could be done or undone and nobody cared"
- Doomed to extinction
- done for, sunk, washed-up
- Not fastened, tied or secured
"her blouse had come undone at the neck"; "his shoelaces were undone"
- Thrown into a state of disorganization or incoherence
"price programs became undone because little grain was available";
- Cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect
"I wish I could undo my actions"
- Deprive of certain characteristics
"God himself cannot unmake the past or undo what is done";
- Cause the ruin or downfall of
"A single mistake undid the President and he had to resign"
- Cause to become loose
"undo the shoelace";
- Remove the outer cover or wrapping of
"undo the parcel";
See also: disorganised [Brit], disorganized, unfastened, unfinished, unsuccessful
Type of: alter, change, change by reversal, expose, modify, reverse, ruin, turn, uncover
Encyclopedia: Undone Undo