Synonyms of don in English:

don1

noun

  • he had been a don at Oxford
    university teacher, (university) lecturer, fellow, professor, reader, lector, college tutor, academic, scholar
    informal egghead
    (dons) Britishsenior common room
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    Word of the day dinkum
    Pronunciation: ˈdɪŋkəm
    adjective
    (of an article or person) genuine, honest, true

    Synonyms of don in English:

    don2

    verb

  • he donned a heavy overcoat
    put on, get dressed in, dress (oneself) in, pull on, climb into, get into, fling on, throw on, slip into, slip on, change into, rig oneself out in, clothe oneself in, array oneself in, deck oneself out in, accoutre oneself in, put round one's shoulders, put on one's head
    informal tog oneself up/out in, doll oneself up in, pour oneself into
    [Antonyms] take off
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