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for·do

also fore·do (fôr-do͞o′)
tr.v. for·did (-dĭd′), for·done (-dŭn′), for·do·ing, for·does (-dŭz′) also fore·did or fore·done or fore·do·ing or fore·does Archaic
1. To cause the death of; kill.
2. To bring to ruin; destroy.

[Middle English fordon, from Old English fordōn : for-, for- + dōn, to do; see dhē- in Indo-European roots.]

fordo

(fɔːˈduː) or

foredo

vb (tr) , -does, -doing, -did or -done
1. to destroy
2. to exhaust
[Old English fordōn; related to Old Saxon fardōn, Old High German fartuon, Dutch verdoen; see for-, do1]

for•do

(fɔrˈdu)

v.t. -did, -done, -do•ing. Archaic.
1. to do away with; kill; destroy.
2. to ruin; undo.
[before 900; Middle English fordon, Old English fordōn]

fordo

- "To do away with," "to destroy, ruin."
See also related terms for ruin.

fordo


Past participle: fordone
Gerund: fordoing

Imperative
fordo
fordo
Present
I fordo
you fordo
he/she/it fordoes
we fordo
you fordo
they fordo
Preterite
I fordid
you fordid
he/she/it fordid
we fordid
you fordid
they fordid
Present Continuous
I am fordoing
you are fordoing
he/she/it is fordoing
we are fordoing
you are fordoing
they are fordoing
Present Perfect
I have fordone
you have fordone
he/she/it has fordone
we have fordone
you have fordone
they have fordone
Past Continuous
I was fordoing
you were fordoing
he/she/it was fordoing
we were fordoing
you were fordoing
they were fordoing
Past Perfect
I had fordone
you had fordone
he/she/it had fordone
we had fordone
you had fordone
they had fordone
Future
I will fordo
you will fordo
he/she/it will fordo
we will fordo
you will fordo
they will fordo
Future Perfect
I will have fordone
you will have fordone
he/she/it will have fordone
we will have fordone
you will have fordone
they will have fordone
Future Continuous
I will be fordoing
you will be fordoing
he/she/it will be fordoing
we will be fordoing
you will be fordoing
they will be fordoing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fordoing
you have been fordoing
he/she/it has been fordoing
we have been fordoing
you have been fordoing
they have been fordoing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fordoing
you will have been fordoing
he/she/it will have been fordoing
we will have been fordoing
you will have been fordoing
they will have been fordoing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fordoing
you had been fordoing
he/she/it had been fordoing
we had been fordoing
you had been fordoing
they had been fordoing
Conditional
I would fordo
you would fordo
he/she/it would fordo
we would fordo
you would fordo
they would fordo
Past Conditional
I would have fordone
you would have fordone
he/she/it would have fordone
we would have fordone
you would have fordone
they would have fordone
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi underlined that the nuclear enrichment facility at Fordo in Central Iran continues operation.
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TEHRAN, May 27 (KUNA) -- Iran is able to resume 20-percent uranium enrichment at Fordo nuclear facility in maximum two or three days, Spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Behrouz Kamalvandi said on Sunday.
State news agencies report that Russian-made S300 PMU2 missile defense systems have been deployed at the underground Fordo uranium enrichment plant against any possible US or Israeli attack by plane, missile or UAV.
Iran has moved S-300 long-range missiles to its Fordo nuclear facility near the city of Qom in the center of the country, according to state-run media Sunday.
It came the same day that Iran deployed an advance Russian-made air defense system around its Fordo nuclear facility, Iranian state TV reported.
The country has two facilities, at Natanz and Fordo. Under yesterday's Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, enrichment will be limited at Natanz for 10 years and not permitted at Fordo for 15 years.
This includes possible changes in the design of an unfinished reactor at Arak so that it produces less weapons-grade plutonium, enhanced UN inspections, and alterations to Iran's fortified Fordo facility.
"We know that Iran does not need to have an underground, fortified enrichment facility like Fordo ...
Its report said nuclear engineer Massimo Aparo will lead the team, which will visit Natanz and Fordo, Iran's uranium enrichment facilities.
The P5+1 grouping is particularly worried about Iran's enrichment to levels of up to 20 percent and the Fordo fortified bunker where this activity is conducted.