Word: do

Category: do

Arts & Entertainment, Health, People & Society

Related words: do

how to, things to do, google, apple, gmail, walmart, twitter, microsoft, instagram, netflix, amazon, google maps, target

Synonyms: do

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: do

spanish
realizar, producir, hacer, fabricar


german
bewirken, ausführen, praktizieren, party, machen, ...

french
ménager, opérer, do, faire, fabriquer, ...

italian
rendere, operare

portuguese
actuar, formar, fazer, exercer, executar, ...

dutch
bedrijven, uitbrengen, uitvoeren, aanmaken, aanwenden, ...

russian
произвести, делать, присматривать, услужить, выполнять, ...

norwegian
gjøre, lage

swedish
göra

finnish
laittaa, harjoittaa, toimia, aiheuttaa, duunata, ...

danish
lave, gøre

czech
hodit, provádět, vykonat, hrát, způsobit, ...

polish
radzić, zrobić, zrzucać, sprawiać, robić, ...

turkish
yapmak

greek
κάνω

ukrainian
жарити, годити, вчиняти, оглядати, закінчувати

albanian
bëj

belarusian
гатаваць, рабiць

estonian
pillerkaar, piisama, tegema

croatian
raditi, obavljati, uspijevati

icelandic
gera

latin
operor, facio, facesso

lithuanian
tikti

latvian
veikt

romanian
face, practica

slovenian
storiti, narediti

slovak
robiť

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The meaning and "use of": do

noun
  • a party or other social event.

verb
  • perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified).
  • act or behave in a specified way.
  • be suitable or acceptable.
  • beat up; kill.
  • prosecute; convict.
  • used before a verb (except be , can , may , ought , shall , will ) in questions and negative statements.
  • used to refer to a verb already mentioned.
  • used to give emphasis to a positive verb.
  • used with inversion of a subject and verb when an adverbial phrase begins a clause for emphasis.

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