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do1 British & World English

Perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified)

do2 British & World English

Variant spelling of doh.

do English Thesaurus

she is expected to do most of the manual work

'do in do1 British & World English

short for hairdo.

doh British & World English

(In tonic sol-fa) the first and eighth note of a major scale

do in doh1 British & World English

(In tonic sol-fa) the first and eighth note of a major scale

what can you expect? British & World English

Used to emphasize that there was nothing unexpected about a person or event, however disappointed one might be

work wonders British & World English

Have a very beneficial effect on someone or something

do by British & World English

Treat or deal with in a specified way

do up British & World English

Be able to be fastened

to-do British & World English

A commotion or fuss

to-do English Thesaurus

Sally-Anne thought all this a great to-do about nothing

can-do British & World English

Having or showing a determination or willingness to take action and achieve results

do for British & World English

Defeat, ruin, or kill

do-rag British & World English

A scarf or cloth worn to protect one’s hairstyle

do bird British & World English

Serve a prison sentence

do a —— British & World English

Behave in a manner characteristic of (a specified person)

do with British & World English

Would find useful or would like to have or do

do-over British & World English

An opportunity to try or perform something a second time

do good British & World English

Act virtuously, especially by helping others

make do British & World English

Manage with the limited or inadequate means available

make-do British & World English

Makeshift; temporary

will do British & World English

Expressing willingness to carry out a request or suggestion

do-si-do British & World English

(In country dancing) a figure in which two dancers pass round each other back to back and return to their original positions

do battle British & World English

Enter into a conflict

do-gooder British & World English

A well-meaning but unrealistic or interfering philanthropist or reformer

do drugs British & World English

Take illegal drugs

do lunch British & World English

Meet for lunch

do wrong British & World English

Commit an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act

as you do British & World English

Used as an ironic comment on a somewhat unexpected statement

do a bunk British & World English

Make a hurried or furtive departure or escape

derring-do British & World English

Action displaying heroic courage

do or die British & World English

Persist, even if death is the result

do-or-die British & World English

Showing or requiring a determination not to compromise or be deterred

do without British & World English

Manage without

do-nothing British & World English

Taking no action; doing nothing


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