what's done is done

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From a line of dialogue spoken by the character Lady Macbeth in Act III Scene II of Macbeth by William Shakespeare.

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what's done is done

  1. Events that have already taken place cannot be changed and actions that have already been committed cannot be undone, so it is best not to dwell on them.

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