Definitions for undoable

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

un•doʌnˈdu(v.t.)-did, -done, -do•ing.

  1. to reverse the doing of.

  2. to repair or erase:

    to undo the damage.

  3. to bring to ruin; destroy.

  4. to unfasten or unlatch.

  5. to untie.

Origin of undo:

bef. 900


Princeton's WordNet

  1. unachievable, unattainable, undoable, unrealizable(adj)

    impossible to achieve

    "an unattainable goal"


  1. undoable(Adjective)

    Not doable

  2. undoable(Adjective)

    Able to be undone


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