Definition of 'be done with'
Example sentences containing 'be done with'
A TIME OF WAR
His desk had been his father's and was scratched and chipped, yet he would permit nothing to be done with it.WEB OF DREAMS
Such common haggling, he thought, was beneath him; he would rather they simply walk out now and be done with it.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
Definition of be done with from the Collins English Dictionary
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