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do someone a solid

Definition of do someone a solid in English:

US informal Do something for someone as an act of kindness; do someone a favour: they’re a business, not a family friend or a buddy who will do you a solid for being a good customer
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  • C'mon. Just do me a solid. Girl, you know I would do it for you.
  • You did us a solid, bro. Come by after work. Have a meal.
  • I felt I let her down, so I wanted to do her a solid.
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