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Definitions of DO:

part of speech: verb transitive

To perform any action: to bring about or effect: to accomplish or finish: to prepare: to put or bring into any form or state. - TO DO ON, to don or put on; TO DO OFF, to doff or put off; TO DO AWAY, to remove or destroy; TO BE DONE FOR, to be defeated or ruined.

part of speech: noun

In music, the Italian name for the first or C note in the scale.

part of speech: noun

A cheat; an imposture.

part of speech: verb transitive

To perform; achieve; bring about; make ready for some object or purpose; colloquially, to cheat.

part of speech: noun

Pronounced as if written, an abbreviation of ditto, which see.

part of speech: past tense

Did.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To fare or get on, as to health: to succeed: to suit or avail.

part of speech: present participle

Doing.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To act or behave:- pr. p. doing; pa. t did; pa. p. done ( dun).

part of speech: noun

The first of the syllables used in the musical scale; the tone C.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cheat.

part of speech: verb

To act; to practise; to perform; to achieve; to succeed; to fulfil a purpose; to finish or end, as, " I have done with the book;" to cease to be concerned, as, " I have done with him;" in Scrip., to make, as, " we do you to wit," that is, " we make you to know;" put into the form of, as, " done into verse;" to fare; to be in a state in regard to health.

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To lift the voice in song; to utter musical rhythmical sounds; make a shrill or humming noise; as, a flying arrow sings; celebrate some event in verse or poetry; as, he sang of the deeds of Aeneas; to make pleasant, musical sounds; as, the brook sings merrily. ...

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