undoing

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That which defeats

So far as the ape was concerned, Sabor reasoned correctly. The little fellow crouched trembling just an instant, but that instant was quite long enough to prove his undoing.

Present participle of undo
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section 5 4 Undoing Changes
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See Undo
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section Annuler des changements
defense mechanism in which previous thoughts or actions are made not to have
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session @xref{Undo}
loosening the ties that fasten something; "the tying of bow ties is an art; the untying is easy"
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section 5 Undoing Changes
If something is someone's undoing, it is the cause of their failure. His lack of experience may prove to be his undoing = downfall. be sb's undoing to cause someone's shame, failure etc
The reversal of what has been done
{i} reversing, revoking; act of opening (a jacket, package, door, etc.), releasing or unloosing (e.g. of a knot in a rope); destruction, ruin
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section D 4 Undoing Changes
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section Undoing Changes
an act that makes a previous act of no effect (as if not done)
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session Section 7 4
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section ハムケケ、ホシ隍 テ、キ(Undo)
Ruin
Undoing means making your previous editing go in reverse, bringing back the text that existed earlier in the editing session See section 6 4 Undoing Changes
undoing stitches
removing threads that fasten something together, pulling out sutures
undo
To unfasten

Could you undo my buckle for me?.

undo
{a} ruined, not yet begun
undo
A feature in most applications that allows you to cancel the last command you entered This is useful in allowing you to fix mistakes An example: if you accidentally delete a highlighted paragraph in a word processing program, the undo function would allow you to restore the paragraph Related terms: Application, Command, Program
undo
Back up one step; discard the most recent change
undo
To reverse the last action Many applications include an undo command so if you make a mistake - such as delete a block of text - you can recover it In some applications you can only undo the last action, in others you can undo an entire series of actions in the order they were done update - In its verb form, making a file more current When you update a file, you replace it with its more current version Used as a noun, an update is an interim version of a software product It's usually produced and distributed to correct errors or bugs while a new version, offering new and expanded features, is being developed upgrade - In its verb form, to change to newer, usually improved version Can refer to either hardware or software Used as a noun, an upgrade is a hardware or software product that's an improvement on the earlier version Can also be applied to a part, such as a CPU A CPU upgrade would be a microprocessor chip that replaces your current chip
undo
cause the ruin or downfall of; "A single mistake undid the President and he had to resign"
undo
Undo applies to only a few commands in PowerDesigner Unfortunately there is no mark or reference to tell you which commands will or will not undo!
undo
deprive of certain characteristics
undo
To reverse, as what has been done; to annul; to bring to naught
undo
An exchange rate is normally considered to be undervalued when it is below its purchasing power parity
undo
cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions" cause the ruin or downfall of; "A single mistake undid the President and he had to resign
undo
(noun) A standard Edit Menuitem, which undoes the previous action Undo will affect any previous Cut or Paste, but has no affect on a previous Copy
undo
To reverse the effects of an action
undo
If you undo something that is closed, tied, or held together, or if you undo the thing holding it, you loosen or remove the thing holding it. I managed secretly to undo a corner of the parcel Some clamps that had held the device together came undone
undo
To bring to poverty; to impoverish; to ruin, as in reputation, morals, hopes, or the like; as, many are undone by unavoidable losses, but more undo themselves by vices and dissipation, or by indolence
undo
Exercise
undo
A function of some applications that will let you undo the command that you've just carried out For example, it can undo a paste or a delete operation
undo
A command included in many word processing and graphics software applications that allows a user to eliminate or reverse the last action For example, say you've just applied a moustache to the Mona Lisa with your new paint program You then decide you like the painting better the way it was originally With a click of the undo button or command, the moustache is gone In many Windows compatible programs, pressing the Ctrl and Z keys together will accomplish the same thing as the undo feature
undo
A brand of adhesive remover
undo
This command could be a life-saver It reverses your last mistake, such as inadvertently recording or inserting MIDI data "REDO" undoes an "UNDO "USER-FRIENDLY: A popular "buzzword" in computing Synonym: Intuitive It means directly comprehended For many users, a method of pointing at icons and clicking is more "user-friendly" than entering many keystrokes to select menu-items, like commands Intuitive programs are more quickly grasped by the "computer-naive" (another buzzword)
undo
cancel or reverse what has been done, as in: Thank you for pointing out my mistake so I can undo it
undo
Undoes your last edit You can only undo one action unless your system has version 2 of the rich edit control installed (see related tip)
undo
a button with a blue curvy arrow that will "undo" what you just did in Microsoft Word or Front Page; Mrs Cannon's best friend : -
undo
To loose; to open; to take to piece; to unfasten; to untie; hence, to unravel; to solve; as, to undo a knot; to undo a puzzling question; to undo a riddle
undo
cause the ruin or downfall of; "A single mistake undid the President and he had to resign
undo
cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
undo
To undo something that has been done means to reverse its effect. She knew it would be difficult to undo the damage that had been done If Michael won, he would undo everything I have fought for. see also undoing, undone
undo
A feature of many applications that allows a user to reverse the last command
undo
A command in some computer software that reverses the last command entered
undo
A command that undoes the last change made to a file Some programs allow only an undo of the last change made; some allow the user to undo a series of edits, in sequence
undo
A common software command which cancels the previous action
undo
A command that lets you reverse previous actions or changes, usually editing or formatting actions Actions from the File menu cannot be reversed You can undo multiple actions by using the Undo drop-down list
undo
To reverse an action Undo applied to typing would erase the characters you typed Undo applied after deleting a folder would restore the folder
undo
To remove the effect of a command it can be undone Undoing a command restores Maya to the state it was before the command was executed
undo
cause to become loose; "undo the shoelace"; "untie the knot"; "loosen the necktie"
undo
{i} cancellation of an action; ability of a program to cancel the most recent action (Computers)
undo
{f} open (a jacket, package, door, etc.), release, unloose; cancel, revoke, reverse, annul; bring to ruin (emotionally, morally, etc.)
undo
Undoes any changes you have made since the last save
undo
If you do something in Evolution by mistake, selecting Undo allows you to reverse that action The Undo command will remember the last 25 actions taken, and you can repeatedly undo actions until you have reached the 25 item limit
undo
remove the outer cover or wrapping of; "Let's unwrap the gifts!"; "undo the parcel"
undo
(noun) A standard EditMenuitem, which undoes the previous action Undo will affect any previous Cut or Paste, but has no affect on a previous Copy
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