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"Undone" is an adjective which is often translated as "desabrochado", and "unripe" is an adjective which is often translated as "verde". Learn more about the difference between "undone" and "unripe" below.
undone(
uhn
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duhn
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (not fastened)
a. desabrochado
Hold on; your dress is still undone in the back.Espérate, todavía tienes el vestido desabrochado por detrás.
b. desatado (shoelaces)
The man bent down because his shoelaces were undone.El hombre se agachó porque tenía los cordones desatados.
c. abierto (zipper)
Hal didn't realize his fly was undone until he got on stage.Hal no se dio cuenta de que tenía la cremallera abierta hasta que llegó al escenario.
2. (not done)
a. sin hacer
Many people look back on their lives and regret the things left undone.Muchas personas recuerdan su vida y se arrepienten de las cosas que dejaron sin hacer.
b. sin terminar
We can't leave for the weekend with all these reports undone.No podemos irnos por el fin de semana con todos estos informes sin terminar.
3. (ruined)
a. destrozado
With all of our plans undone, we had to start from scratch.Con todos nuestros planes destrozados, tuvimos que empezar desde cero.
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unripe(
uhn
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rayp
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. verde
I put some unripe nectarines in a bag last week, and just remembered today.Puse unas nectarinas verdes en una bolsa la semana pasada y no me acordé hasta hoy.
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