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Spanish translation of “undo”

undo

verb /anˈduː/ (past tense undid /-ˈdid/, past participle undone /-ˈdan/)
to unfasten or untie
deshacer
Could you undo the knot in this string?
to reverse, or destroy, the effect of
deshacer; reparar
The evil that he did can never be undone.
undoing noun (the cause of) ruin or disaster
ruina
Gambling was his undoing.
undone /-ˈdan/ adjective (of work, a task etc) not done, or not finished
inacabado, por hacer, sin hacer
I don’t like going to bed leaving jobs/work undone.
(Definition of undo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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