Hindi translation of 'do'
do /də, STRONG duː डअ STRONG डू/
Word forms: does, doing, did, doneTwo of the major uses of do are in forming negatives and questions.
1. transitive verb
You use do to say that someone performs an action, activity, or task.
...do the housework.
2. transitive verb
To do something about a problem means to try to solve it.
Though he didn't like it there wasn't much he could do about it.
3. transitive verb
You use do to say that something has a particular result or effect.
A few bombs can do a lot of damage.
The publicity did her career no harm.
4. transitive verb
If you ask someone what they do, you are asking what their job is.
5. intransitive verb
If someone does well or badly, they are successful or unsuccessful.
सफल या असफल होना
Connie did well at school.
6. transitive verb
If you do a subject, you study it at school or college.
I'd like to do maths at university.
7. transitive verb
You use do when referring to the speed that something achieves or can achieve.
रफ़्तार हासिल करना
They were doing 70 miles an hour.
8. intransitive verb
If you say that something will do, you mean that it is satisfactory.
Give them a prize. Anything will do.
9. countable noun
A do is a party, dinner party, or other social event.[Brit , informal]
A friend of his is having a do in Stoke.
They always have all-night dos there.
10. see also done
If you say that you could do with something, you mean that you need it or would benefit from it.
I could do with a cup of tea.
If you ask what someone is doing in a particular place, you are expressing surprise that they are there.
तुम यहां कैसे
What was he doing in Hyde Park at that time of the morning?
What something has to do with or is to do with is what it is connected or concerned with.
का मामला होना
They were shouting at each other. It was something to do with money.
do away with
To do away with something means to get rid of it.
The long-range goal must be to do away with nuclear weapons.
do out of
If you do someone out of something, you unfairly cause them not to have it.[informal]
The others have done him out of his share.
If you do something up, you fasten it.
Mari did up the buttons.
Do your coat up.
To do up an old building means to repair and decorate it.
Nicholas bought a barn in Provence and spent August doing it up.
If you do without something, you manage or survive in spite of not having it.
के बिना गुज़ारा करना
I can do without your jokes, thank you.
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Example Sentences Including 'do'
Then again, not to do him down too much, he does have his more positive side.THE EXECUTION (2002)
I'd shouted: You want her to be French, do n't you, you can't stand the idea of Jessica being English!THE EXECUTION (2002)
He was accusing me of being complicit in a murder, or being a murderer, I do n't know which.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'do' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَفْعَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer
- Chinese: 做
- Croatian: učiniti
- Czech: dělat udělat
- Danish: gøre
- Dutch: doen
- European Spanish: hacer
- Finnish: tehdä
- French: faire
- German: tun
- Greek: κάνω
- Italian: fare
- Japanese: ･･･をする
- Korean: (...을) 하다
- Norwegian: gjøre
- Polish: zrobić robić
- Portuguese: fazer
- Romanian: a face
- Russian: делать
- Spanish: hacer
- Swedish: göra
- Thai: ทำ
- Turkish: yapmak
- Ukrainian: робити зробити
- Vietnamese: làm
Translation of do from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary