Do is used to form the negative of main verbs, by putting 'not' after 'do' and before the main verb in its infinitive form, that is the form without 'to'.
A doe is an adult female rabbit, hare, or deer.
In informal English, you can use ditto to represent a word or phrase that you have just used in order to avoid repeating it. In written lists, ditto can be represented by ditto marks – the symbol " – underneath the word that you want to repeat.
easy does it:
If you say ' Easy does it ', you are telling someone to be careful and not to use too much effort, especially when they are moving something large and awkward .
(of a dispute, strike, etc) relating to the separation of kinds of work performed by different trade unions
to treat in the manner specified
If you say that you are done for, you mean that you are in a terrible and hopeless situation.
To do someone in means to kill them.
If a room or building is done out in a particular way, it is decorated and furnished in that way.
If you do something up, you fasten it.
all sb ever does:
You use the expression all someone ever does when you want to emphasize that they do the same thing all the time, and this annoys you.
whatever sb does:
You say whatever you do when giving advice or warning someone about something.
If someone does you down, they try to you make other people think that you are unpleasant or unsuccessful by criticizing you.
If you do a task over, you perform it again from the beginning .
to make use of; find helpful
an unknown or unidentified female person
an unknown or unidentified male or female person
what does sb know:
You can use expressions such as What does she know ? and What do they know? when you think that someone has no right to comment on a situation because they do not understand it.
do out of:
If you do someone out of something, you unfairly cause them not to have or get a particular thing that they were expecting to have.
If you do without something you need, want, or usually have, you are able to survive, continue, or succeed although you do not have it.
handsome is as handsome does:
said to mean that you should judge someone by their actions and not by their appearance
something does not hold water:
said to mean that you do not believe that a theory or an argument can possibly be true or right
do away with:
To do away with something means to remove it completely or put an end to it.
lightning does not strike twice:
said to mean that someone who has been exceptionally lucky or unlucky is unlikely to have the same good or bad luck again
someone does not dirty their hands:
said to mean that someone avoids doing physical work or the parts of a job that they consider unpleasant or distasteful
a leopard does not change its spots:
said to mean that it is not possible for someone bad or unpleasant to change and become good and pleasant
it does exactly what it says on the tin:
it lives up to expectations
something or someone does not grow on trees:
said to mean that something or someone is very rare and difficult to obtain
what does someone have to say for themselves:
If someone asks what you have to say for yourself, they are asking what excuse you have for what you have done .
someone does not have a prayer of doing something:
said to mean that it is impossible for someone to achieve something
someone does not know the meaning of the word:
said to emphasize that someone does not have a particular quality or never had a particular kind of experience
what planet is someone on?:
said to mean that you think someone has crazy ideas, or behaves in a very strange way, or does not understand something at all
something or someone is not up to scratch:
said to mean that something or someone is not as good as they ought to be