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    undue

    What does this headline mean "Administration must undue anti-diplomacy abroad"?


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    Re: undue

    GUEST OPINION: New administration must undue RFE/RL's anti-diplomacy abroad, 11-29-08

    Website:
    GUEST OPINION: New administration must undue RFE/RL's anti-diplomacy abroad, 11-29-08 - Fall River, MA - The Herald News

    It should be 'undo'.


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    to undue something

    Dear friends, please help me to understand 5this headline: "New administration must undue Radio Liberty's anti-diplomacy abroad"


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    Re: to undue something

    Looks like an error.

    It could be "endure" or "undo". The text of the article will tell you which it is. It will also tell you what is meant by "Radio Liberty's anti-diplomacy".

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    Re: to undue something

    I imagine the "undue/undo" typo is much more common in writers who speak with an American accent. In Br English the second syllable has a diphthong.

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