Definition of 'do'
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Example sentences containing 'do'
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Then again, not to do him down too much, he does have his more positive side. THE EXECUTION (2002)
Synonyms of 'do'
work as, be employed at, earn a living at, have as an occupation
be adequate, be enough, be sufficient, answer
travel at, go at, move at, drive at
Trends of 'do'
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Translations for 'do'
British English: do /dʊ/ VERB
If you do something, you spend some time on it or finish it.
I tried to do some work.
- American English: do
- Arabic: يَفْعَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer
- Chinese: 做
- Croatian: učiniti
- Czech: dělat
- 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
- European Portuguese: fazer
- Romanian: a face
- Russian: делать
- Spanish: hacer
- Swedish: göra
- Thai: ทำ
- Turkish: yapmak
- Ukrainian: робити
- Vietnamese: làm
Definition of do from the Collins English Dictionary
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