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To perform or execute an action
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“So what do we have to do to fix this issue?”
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To accomplish or cause something to happen
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“My hope is that by reporting on bad behavior like this, I can do some good.”
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To complete a task
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“Enough talk. Let's do it!”
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(countable) To achieve something
“I can currently do five chin-ups at a time.”
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To be suitable or acceptable
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“I am currently wearing a long dress and striped shirt, which won't do for the party.”
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To work out or resolve
“They would watch videos, read books, and do puzzles.”
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To conduct oneself in a particular way
“They are free to do as they please.”
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To make a trip to or visit
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“We have done most countries in Europe, and now we are planning to do South America.”
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To provide or make accommodations for
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“Many hotels don't do single rooms at all.”
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To decorate or make more attractive
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“After we have decorated the master bedroom, we will do the nursery.”
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To study or to undertake an academic course
“I will do my post-graduate the following year after I graduate.”
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To fare or perform, either well or badly
“I performed poorly in this tournament, but I will do much better next time.”
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To scam or defraud
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“The scoundrel would do the poor old couple out of their life savings by pretending to be a Nigerian prince.”
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To make an arrangement or preparation
“If you get home early, can you do dinner, please?”
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To attend to one's appearance, typically one's hair
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“Her maid would dress her and then do her hair.”
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To put on a presentation of
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“The local theater will do a stage adaptation of King Kong next month.”
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To perform a show or in a show
“I will do a couple of tours around Europe with the band, and then I will be done for the year.”
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(a favor) To impart gratuitously
“Would you be so kind as to do me a favor?”
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To work or study post-secondary education
“I keep asking him what he is going to do when he leaves school, and he keeps saying that all he wants to do is play football.”
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(quantified) To reach a particular speed, amount or rate
“Sammy was always complaining that he couldn't do 55 miles per hour on the highway.”
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To execute an impersonation of
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“The crowd begged the comedian to do Sylvester Stallone again.”
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To target and strike someone
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“The scoundrels plotted to do him and take his money.”
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Bring action against in court
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To undertake or deal with
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To engage in amorous relations
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(of a thing or place) To make pretty or attractive
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To perform or put into operation
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To bring forward into existence or to introduce
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To catch or apprehend someone
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To happen to
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To decode or decipher
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Walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread
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To steal
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To do regularly
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Expressing inevitable events
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To do one's part
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To commit an offense
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Wash something up
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To take a trip especially of some distance
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Turn so as to face the opposite direction
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Withstand continued use or life in a specified way
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To lessen the anger or agitation of
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To finish or conclude
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To inform against
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To recite from memory
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To take the life of (someone)
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To do or make, usually by hand and with skill
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To serve, or be used in, a secondary purpose
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(usually in the negative) To attend to or deal with
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A party or other social event
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“We were invited to an animal-themed do at his housing estate.”
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(dos and don'ts) A list of instructions that must be strictly adhered to
“We were provided a long list of dos and don'ts that we had to agree to as part of the contract.”
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A presentation of how hair is styled
“The permed do was very popular in the 1980s.”
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(archaic) One's commitment to a particular task
“In this time of crisis, everyone must do their do.”
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(archaic, dialectal) An instance of confusion, bother, or argument
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“In a small town like this, a great deal of do can arise from the littlest deeds.”
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The quality of being prosperous
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A fraud or swindle, especially something that is grossly overpriced
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Pompadour or ducktail
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A project or undertaking, especially a bold or complex one
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A job or profession
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