EnglishEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From un- +‎ done.

AdjectiveEdit

undone (not comparable)

  1. Not done.

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle English undon, from Old English ondōn, from Proto-Germanic *andadōnaz, past participle of *andadōną (to undo), equivalent to undo +‎ -en (past participle ending). Cognate with Dutch ontdaan (stripped, undone, upset).

AdjectiveEdit

undone (not comparable)

  1. Not fastened.
    Your flies are undone.
  2. Ruined; brought to nought.
    Woe is me, for I am utterly undone!

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VerbEdit

undone

  1. past participle of undo

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