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      vb  
1    could or can do with   to find useful; benefit from  
she could do with a night's sleep     
2    have to do with   to be involved in or connected with  
his illness has a lot to do with his failing the exam     
3    to do with   concerning; related to  
4    what...do with  
a    to put or place  
what did you do with my coat?     
b    to handle or treat  
what are we going to do with these hooligans?     
c    to fill one's time usefully  
she didn't know what to do with herself when term ended     
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do

  

      vb  
1    accomplish, achieve, act, carry out, complete, conclude, discharge, end, execute, perform, produce, transact, undertake, work  
2    answer, be adequate, be enough, be of use, be sufficient, cut the mustard, pass muster, satisfy, serve, suffice, suit  
3    arrange, be responsible for, fix, get ready, look after, make, make ready, organize, prepare, see to, take on  
4    decipher, decode, figure out, puzzle out, resolve, solve, work out  
5    adapt, render, translate, transpose  
6    bear oneself, behave, carry oneself, comport oneself, conduct oneself  
7    fare, get along, get on, make out, manage, proceed  
8    bring about, cause, create, effect, produce  
9      (of a play, etc.)   act, give, perform, present, produce, put on  
10      (informal)   cover, explore, journey through or around, look at, stop in, tour, travel, visit  
11      (informal)   cheat, con     (informal)   cozen, deceive, defraud, diddle     (informal)   dupe, fleece, hoax, pull a fast one on     (informal)   skin     (slang)   stiff     (slang)   swindle, take (someone) for a ride     (informal)   trick  
      n  
12      (informal)   affair, event, function, gathering, occasion, party  
13    do's and don'ts        (informal)   code, customs, etiquette, instructions, regulations, rules, standards  


do away with  
1    blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   bump off     (slang)   destroy, do in     (slang)   exterminate, kill, liquidate, murder, slay, take out     (slang)  
2    abolish, axe     (informal)   chuck     (informal)   discard, discontinue, eliminate, get rid of, junk     (informal)   pull, put an end to, put paid to, remove  
do for     
defeat, destroy, finish (off), kill, ruin, shatter, slay, undo  
do in  
1    blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   butcher, dispatch, eliminate     (slang)   execute, kill, liquidate, murder, slaughter, slay, take out     (slang)  
2    exhaust, fag     (informal)   fatigue, knacker     (slang)   shatter     (informal)   tire, wear out, weary  
do-or-die     
death-or-glory, desperate, going for broke, hazardous, kill-or-cure, risky, win-or-bust  
do out of     
balk, bilk, cheat, con     (informal)   cozen, deprive, diddle     (informal)   swindle, trick  
do without     
abstain from, dispense with, forgo, get along without, give up, kick     (informal)   manage without  
make do     
cope, get along or by, improvise, manage, muddle through, scrape along or by  
ne'er-do-well     
black sheep, good-for-nothing, idler, layabout, loafer, loser, skiver     (Brit. slang)   wastrel  
to-do     
agitation, bother, brouhaha, bustle, commotion, disturbance, excitement, flap     (informal)   furore, fuss, hoo-ha, hue and cry, performance     (informal)   quarrel, ruction     (informal)   rumpus, stir, tumult, turmoil, unrest, upheaval, uproar  
well-to-do     
affluent, comfortable, flush     (informal)   loaded     (slang)   moneyed, prosperous, rich, wealthy, well-heeled     (informal)   well-off  
  
Antonyms     
   bankrupt, broke     (informal)   destitute, down at heel, hard up     (informal)   indigent, insolvent, needy, on the breadline, poor, ruined  

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Collaborative Dictionary     English Definition
exp.
take an action that will complicate things; do something with a negative impact
n.
means a liquid is not clear: this tea's got bits in it, I don't like yogurt with bits in it
assez proche de l'idée de 'il y a à boire et à manger'
exp.
to be likely to do something
banks set to miss lending targets
exp.
drinking out of a can or a bottle without touching it with the lips, by pouring the content from distance
v.
leave without paying (in a restaurant for example)
[Slang] aka: dine and dash
v.
to do sth well
id.
a humorous way of recommending someone not to pursue something at which they are unlikely to be good or successful and thus, to rather stick to what they can do best, namely, their job
Ex.: Although she had poured her whole heart and soul into her singing at the karaoke, her somewhat cruel but nonetheless lucid friends told her: 'don't give up the day job!'
exp.
something is easy to do
exp.
expression used when referring to something that is unlikely to happen soon (not in the time interval that one can resist holding his breath)
E.g.: "Will the economy recover any soon?" - "Don't hold your breath."
abbr. acron.
I don't give a fuck
id.
do or say something exactly right
My bestie hit the nail on the head when she figured out why I was worried / Identifying the specific cause of the failure, the technician hit the nail on the head
adj.
relative to people who are attached but don't want to be too intimate with someone on whom they are dependent
psychology
exp.
polite expression offering to do something for someone
exp.
l'habit ne fait pas le moine
abbr. acron.
Short for "I don't know".
[Fam.]
exp.
something used to make someone do what you want
We can use the money as a bargaining chip in the negotiations.
exp.
if you can't be arsed to do something, you can't be bothered to do it (you are too lazy to do it)
colloquial, British, very common
n.
he is trying to perusal-de someone to do what he doesn't want to do. Il fait pression sur moi.
exp.
to do two things at the same time using the effort needed to do only one
exp.
used to tell someone that you do not know any more about a subject than they do
Ex: Jill: 'How long should we bake this pie?' Jane: 'Your guess is as good as mine'.
n.
addendum to a contract in general that you do not wish for everyone to see
[Leg.]
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