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Synonyms for undo

Synonyms for undo

to remove or invalidate by or as if by running a line through or wiping clean

to become or cause to become open

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to lessen or deplete the nerve, energy, or strength of

to lure or persuade into a sexual relationship or a sexual act

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deprive of certain characteristics

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cause the ruin or downfall of

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cause to become loose

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remove the outer cover or wrapping of

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At the time of the procurement procedure has been disclosed to the data of the LW Undo I render impractical the tender procedure for the contractor Cu puleviimise RADSconditions mentioned in the contract Undo I s the given conditions of contract not to comply with the needs of the contracting earlier Undo I expected.
Gmail s sent mail confirmation message now includes an "Undo" link.
With new preoccupations that seek to disfigure the prism, undo formalities and make buildings disappear, built on a thorough understanding of his home city where the majority of his work has been carried out, no longer does the rotundity of the object prevail.
Undo: I drew a finger through the air with its memory objects-/there's nothing/but there is.
Perhaps Butler's most accessible work (she's known for her intricately dense writing style), Undoing Gender interrogates not the "doing" of gender but its "undoing"--the ways in which hegemonic structures of power undo us by either "conferring recognition" or "withholding" it, and, consequently, its constitution of us "as socially viable beings." She also explores the ways in which we attempt to undo, given both our desire to be recognized within normative structures and to "maintain a critical and transformative relation to them."
Now it may be helping to undo some of the sweeping restrictions such bans have imposed on state governments across the country.
Federico Carreras, 25, waits in line to undo his Italian-born grandparents' courageous transatlantic journey at the turn of the 20th century.
XP has a tool, Device Driver Roll Back, that will undo the update.
Once a child is baptized we cannot undo their baptism, likewise we cannot undo the profession of faith between them and their God.
"You can't undo what she has been accused of, with compensation or anything else." And he urged: "It must never happen again.
"Obviously, it will be up to us to undo some the damage of the Bush Administration, and progressives have a role to play in pushing for the most progressive solution," she said.
Not much, according to several experts, who note that health insurers are still vulnerable through other sorts of lawsuits, not to mention a renewed effort on Capitol Hill to pass a patients'-bill-of-rights measure this year that would essentially undo the high court's decision.
Surface Engineering first Anneals the CPM screw to undo its original heat treatment, thus allowing the coating to stick.
Kieran Coonan QC, defending, said: ``I am going to suggest to you that Dr Azurdia did not undo your bra.
For we can't undo what is done, can not undo what is done.