verbo transitivoundone, undid, undoing
1(unfasten)(buckle/jacket/button) desabrochar(zipper) abrir(knot/parcel) desatar(parcel/knot) deshacer(shoelaces) desatar(shoelaces) desamarrar Río de la Plata América Latina(seam/knitting) deshacer
- And when she finally had it open, she undid the folded slip and started reading.
- She saw him smile and he undid the locks and opened the door, blocking her view of both men.
- She undid the string and unwrapped a silk scarf, covered with flowers in varying shades of pink.
- He had already slung his jacket and hat on to his bed and now he loosened his tie and undid the top two buttons of his dress shirt.
- The young captain then undid her safety harness, stood up, and stretched.
- Brett opened the door, undoing her seatbelt and picking her up in his arms.
- Grabbing one, I tossed it on the floor and undid my pants, opening a drawer to find the red toothbrush I kept there.
- She unlocked the deadbolt, undid the chain, and opened the door.
- He had loosened his tie and undone a couple of buttons down to his chest.
- It was with a sense of the inevitable that I undid the ribbons, loosened the neck and let it slip down over my arms to the ground.
- Shooing the flies away, he undid the knot and unwrapped it.
- He loosened his tie and undid the first button of his collar so he wouldn't suffocate.
- She opened her door and undid her seatbelt, not intending to say anything more.
- As he passed through the doorway and entered the vestibule, he carelessly tossed his hat to the coat rack beside the door and then proceeded to loosen his cravat and undo the buttons of his jacket.
- Sitting outside a pub in the Scottish border town of Yetholm on a sunny summer evening, I reach down, undo my laces and release my feet from inside my walking boots.
- She noticed that not one of the men had loosened his tie and undone the top shirt button.
- John undid the latch and opened the door as if he were breaking in, using his shoulder like a battering ram.
- I lay there with my shirt open and watched him undo his belt, then stand up letting his pants fall.
- Together we undid my trousers and unwrapped the bandage and there it was.
- He undid the loose shirt he wore and showed her the angry red scars of the recently healed wounds and the dressings that still covered the deeper wounds.
2.1(put right)(wrong) reparar(wrong) enmendarthe damage cannot be undone — el daño es irreparable
- To date, nothing has been discovered to undo the previous UVR damage to the skin.
- Your father's success in foreign policy was quickly undone by discontent on domestic policies and a bad economy.
- It will be difficult or impossible to undo the damage by means of a retrospective external inquiry.
- Once a course of action is settled on it is so difficult to undo the momentum of the action and its direction.
- No matter how many millions of pounds are spent on Blackburn town centre the damage cannot be undone and the shopkeepers are paying the price in loss of trade.
- The Indian government team lost a lot of ground and successive efforts were devoted to undoing some of this damage.
- One solution is to seek experiences that could undo or reverse the patterns of experience that could have created the unwanted preference.
- As for the Johnson brothers, the damage can never be undone.
- Mr Foxman accepted the apology, but many predict it will be difficult to undo the damage.
- After erasing the logo I could see her clearly, but it took a while for her to be convinced that the damage had been undone.
- But I am delighted to know that Hollywood, of all places, has now undone much of the damage.
- Their work may be undone as a result of the popular will.
- Even the most effective memory enhancer can't undo the damage resulting from a careless lifestyle or uncontrolled medical conditions.
- Another benefit is that any spell can be un-cast, any effect can be undone.
- Now they are trying to undo some of the damage at the very last minute, with rushed legislation.
- But this time, it has more to do with rectifying or even undoing some of the damage that resulted from the last international economic movement.
- But there is a lot of damage to be undone, a lot of low-income families in serious debt, and the package focuses on rewarding those children with parents in work.
- Even if Labour lost the referendum, there would be time for the damage to be undone before the 2005 general election.
- The act can never be undone; the damage to the victim is residual and permanent.
- The Democrats are strongly opposed to the measures that undo many of the agreements that were struck during the original diesel package in 1999.
verbo intransitivoundone, undid, undoing
1the knot won't undo — es imposible desatar / deshacer el nudo