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do in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

do in Kashmiri कॉशुर

do in Konkani कोंकणी

do in Maithili মৈথিলী

do in Santali

do in Sindhi سنڌي

do in English

  • do do (1), verb, present singular 1do,2 (Archaic)doestordost,3doesor (Archaic)doethordoth;pluraldo;past tensedid;past participledone;present participledoing;noun.

  • do do (2), noun.
    1. the first and last tone of the diatonic scale. Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do are the names of the tones of the scale.
    2. the keynote of any natural scale.

  • do expr. do away with,
    a. to put an end to; get rid of; abolish.
    Ex. to do away with a rule.
    b. to kill.
    Ex. The farmer did away with the sick chickens.

  • do expr. do by, to act or behave toward; treat.
    Ex. His father did well by him, sending him to the best schools.

  • do expr. do down, (British Informal.) to get the better of; overcome; bring to grief.
    Ex. Poor Fanny! She was such a lady, and so straight and magnificent. And yet everything seemed to do her down (D. H. Lawrence).

  • do expr. do for,
    a. to ruin or damage.
    Ex. That fire means my business is done for.
    b. (Informal) to act as housekeeper for.
    Ex. The young girl did for her widowed father.
    c. to provide for; manage.
    Ex. to do for one's

  • do expr. do in,
    a. to ruin.
    Ex. If you engage a second-rate man, who isn't used to this make of car, he'll do it in for you pretty quick (W. J. Locke).
    b. (Informal.) to kill.
    Ex. ... them that pinched it done her in (George Bernar

  • do expr. do one proud. See under proud.

  • do expr. do one's thing. See under thing (1).

  • do expr. do or die, (Informal.) to exert oneself to the utmost.
    Ex. At 15 he entered the village amateur events, determined, as he recalls it, to do or die for his widowed mother (Time).

  • do expr. do out of, to take away by fraud.
    Ex. to do a man out of his savings.

  • do expr. do over,
    a. to do once again.
    Ex. Do the problem over; your answer is all wrong.
    b. to redecorate.
    Ex. to do over a living room.

  • do expr. do up,
    a. to wrap or tie up.
    Ex. Please do up this package more securely.
    b. to arrange.
    Ex. to do up one's hair.
    c. to clean and get ready for use.
    Ex. Working together the children did up the kitchen quickly

  • do expr. do with, to find useful or pleasant.
    Ex. We could do with a nap after our long hike.

  • do expr. do without, to get along though not having the thing mentioned or implied.
    Ex. But there are some things which ... all the real talent and resolution in England, will never enable us to do without (John Ruskin).

  • do expr. have to do with, to relate to; deal with.
    Ex. Abstract art has little to do with everyday experience.

  • do expr. make do. See under make (1).

  • do noun 1. (British.) ado; commotion; stir.
    2. (Informal.) entertainment; show.
    Ex. At Christmas the office staff put on a great do.
    3. (Slang.) a swindle; fraud.
    4. a command to do (something specified); rule; regulation.

  • do v.i. 1. to act; behave.
    Ex. He did very well today. You have done wisely.
    2. to get along; manage; fare.
    Ex. How do you do? My brother is doing well in his new job.
    (SYN) prosper.
    3. to be satisfactory; be enough; serve.

  • do v.t. 1. to carry through to an end any action or piece of work; carry out; perform.
    Ex. She did her work well.
    2. to complete; finish; end.
    Ex. That's done!
    3. to make; produce.
    Ex. He did a book on his travels in Africa.

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