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doing British & World English

The activities in which a particular person engages

doing English Thesaurus

the doing of the act constitutes the offence

doing in do1 British & World English

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

doings in doing British & World English

The activities in which a particular person engages

feel like something British & World English

Be inclined to have or do

see one's way clear to do something British & World English

Find that it is possible or convenient to do something (often used in polite requests)

evil-doing English Thesaurus

a fiend bent on evil-doing

nothing doing British & World English

There is no prospect of success or agreement

be someone's doing British & World English

Be the creation or fault of the person named

take some doing British & World English

Be difficult to achieve

be after doing something British & World English

Be on the point of doing something or have just done it

at the risk of doing something British & World English

Although there is the possibility of something unpleasant resulting

you wouldn't catch —— doing something British & World English

Used to indicate that there is no possibility of the person mentioned doing what is specified

can't/won't be doing with in do with British & World English

Be unwilling to tolerate or be bothered with

be in the process of doing something British & World English

Be continuing with an action already started

nothing doing in nothing British & World English

There is no prospect of success or agreement

one could be forgiven for doing something British & World English

It would be understandable if one mistakenly did a particular thing

overdo British & World English

Do, use, or carry to excess; exaggerate

wrongdoing British & World English

Illegal or dishonest behaviour

do-si-do British & World English

Dance a do-si-do

the right hand doesn't know what the left hand's doing British & World English

Used to convey that there is a state of confusion within a group or organization

can't/won't be doing with in do1 British & World English

Be unwilling to tolerate or be bothered with

have the pleasure of something British & World English

Used in formal requests and descriptions

at the risk of doing something in risk British & World English

Although there is the possibility of something unpleasant resulting

be someone's doing in doing British & World English

Be the creation or fault of the person named

one could be forgiven for doing something in forgive British & World English

It would be understandable if one mistakenly did a particular thing

be after doing something in after British & World English

Be on the point of doing something or have just done it

the right hand doesn't know what the left hand's doing in hand British & World English

Used to convey that there is a state of confusion within a group or organization

you wouldn't catch —— doing something in catch British & World English

Used to indicate that there is no possibility of the person mentioned doing what is specified

be in the process of doing something in process1 British & World English

Be continuing with an action already started

one could or may be forgiven for doing something in forgive British & World English

It would be understandable if one mistakenly did a particular thing