- 1.1 (contrive) (usu in interrog) what did you do for money/food?1.2 (cause collapse of) (British English) that last hill did for me¿de dónde sacaste dinero/comida?the last attack nearly did for himesa última cuesta acabó conmigoto be done for (also American English) [colloquial]they've spotted us, we're done for!el último ataque casi lo matawe've been walking for hours, I'm absolutely done for!¡nos han visto, estamos perdidos!1.3 (in house) (British English) she does for us on Mondayshemos caminado horas, estoy agotado or [colloquial] molido or [colloquial] hecho polvoviene a limpiar a casa los lunes
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Carnaval is the three days of festivities preceding Lent, characterized by costumes, masks, drinking, music, and dancing.