Definition of undoable in English:

undoable

Line breaks: un|do¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈduːəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

informal
  • Unable to be done; impracticable: some wild request that’s almost undoable (as noun the undoable) one man is daring to do the undoable
    More example sentences
    • Parliament's decision to do the undoable heralds an unprecedented crisis for the Government.
    • I don't think this is as undoable as people have suggested.
    • It's a job that used to be considered undoable because the recycling technology just wasn't there.

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