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do·er

 (do͞o′ər)
n.
1. One who does something: a doer of evil deeds.
2. A particularly active, energetic person: a real doer in party politics.

doer

(ˈduːə)
n
1. a person or thing that does something or acts in a specified manner: a doer of good.
2. an active or energetic person
3. a thriving animal, esp a horse

do•er

(ˈdu ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that does something, esp. a person who gets things done with vigor and efficiency.
2. a person characterized by action, as distinguished from one given to contemplation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.doer - a person who acts and gets things donedoer - a person who acts and gets things done; "he's a principal actor in this affair"; "when you want something done get a doer"; "he's a miracle worker"
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
demon - someone extremely diligent or skillful; "he worked like a demon to finish the job on time"; "she's a demon at math"
busy bee, eager beaver, live wire, sharpie, sharpy - an alert and energetic person
animator, energiser, energizer, vitaliser, vitalizer - someone who imparts energy and vitality and spirit to other people
go-getter, whiz-kid, whizz-kid, ball of fire - someone whose career progresses rapidly
man of action, man of deeds - someone inclined to act first and think later
ball of fire, human dynamo, powerhouse, fireball - a highly energetic and indefatigable person

doer

noun achiever, organizer, powerhouse (slang), dynamo, live wire (slang), go-getter (informal), active person, wheeler-dealer (informal) He was a doer, not a thinker.
Translations
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doer

[ˈdʊːəʳ] N
1. (= author of deed) → hacedor(a) m/f
2. (= active person) → persona f enérgica, persona f dinámica

doer

[ˈduːər] n (= practical person) (man)homme m d'action; (woman)femme f d'action

doer

n
(= author of deed)Täter(in) m(f); he’s a great doer of crosswords (inf)er macht sehr gerne Kreuzworträtsel
(= active person)Mann m/Frau fder Tat, Macher(in) m(f) (inf); he’s more of a doer than a thinkerer ist eher ein Mann der Tat als der Theorie

doer

[ˈduːəʳ] ntipo dinamico

do

(duː) 3rd person singular present tense does (daz) : past tense did (did) : past participle done (dan) : negative short forms don't (dount) doesn't (ˈdaznt) , didn't (ˈdidnt) verb
1. used with a more important verb in questions and negative statements. Do you smoke?
2. used with a more important verb for emphasis; (I did buy a ticket but I must have lost it) ; (Do sit down) .
3. used to avoid repeating a verb which comes immediately before. I thought she wouldn't come, but she did.
4. used with a more important verb after seldom, ~rarely and little. Little did he know what was in store for him.
5. to carry out or perform. What shall I do?; That was a terrible thing to do.
6. to manage to finish or complete. When you've done that, you can start on this; We did a hundred kilometres in an hour.
7. to perform an activity concerning something. to do the washing; to do the garden / the windows.
8. to be enough or suitable for a purpose. Will this piece of fish do two of us?; That'll do nicely; Do you want me to look for a blue one or will a pink one do?; Will next Saturday do for our next meeting?
9. to work at or study. She's doing sums; He's at university doing science.
10. to manage or prosper. How's your wife doing?; My son is doing well at school.
11. to put in order or arrange. She's doing her hair.
12. to act or behave. Why don't you do as we do?
13. to give or show. The whole town gathered to do him honour.
14. to cause. What damage did the storm do?; It won't do him any harm.
15. to see everything and visit everything in. They tried to do London in four days.
nounplural do's
an affair or a festivity, especially a party. The school is having a do for Christmas.
ˈdoer noun
a person who does something. an evildoer; a doer of good deeds.
ˈdoings noun plural
the things which a person does. He tells me about all your doings.
done (dan) adjective
1. finished or complete. That's that job done at last.
2. (of food) completely cooked and ready to eat. I don't think the meat is quite done yet.
3. socially accepted. the done thing.
ˌdo-it-yourˈself noun, adjective
(of) the art or practice of doing one's own decorating, repairs etc (also DIY). I've just bought a book on do-it-yourself so I can try to tile the bathroom; a do-it-yourself job.
to-ˈdo
a fuss. a tremendous to-do about the missing papers.
I/he etc could be doing with / could do with
it would be better if I, he etc had or did (something). I could do with a cup of coffee.
do away with
to get rid of. They did away with uniforms at that school years ago.
do for
to kill or cause the end of. That attack of flu almost did for him.
done for
ruined, defeated or about to be killed etc. The police are coming – run for it or we're done for!
done in
exhausted.
do out
to clean thoroughly. The room's tidy – I did it out yesterday.
do out of
to prevent from getting, especially by using dishonest methods. My boss tried to do me out of a day's holiday.
do's and don'ts (dounts)
rules or advice for action. If you want to lose weight, I can give you a list of do's and don'ts.
do without
to manage without and accept the lack of. We'll just have to do without a phone; If you're too lazy to fetch the ice-cream you can just do without; I can do without your opinion, if you don't mind.
to do with
1. (with have) to have dealings with. I never had anything to do with the neighbours.
2. (with have) to be involved in, especially to be (partly) responsible for. Did you have anything to do with her death?
3. (with have) to be connected with. Has this decision anything to do with what I said yesterday?
4. (with be or have) to be about or concerned with. This letter is/has to do with Bill's plans for the summer.
5. (with have) to be the concern of. I'm sorry, but that question has nothing to do with me; What has that (got) to do with him?
what are you etc doing with
1. why or how have you etc got. What are you doing with my umbrella?
2. what action are you etc taking about. What are they doing with the children during the day if they're both working?

doer

n. hacedor-a, agente, ejecutor-a.
References in classic literature ?
Whether to admit Hercules among us or not, concerning this I long remained dubious: for though according to the Greek mythologies, that antique Crockett and Kit Carson --that brawny doer of rejoicing good deeds, was swallowed down and thrown up by a whale; still, whether that strictly makes a whaleman of him, that might be mooted.
It must be done directly; it must be done in London; the order must go through the hands of some intelligent person whose taste could be depended on; and Isabella, the usual doer of all commissions, must not be applied to, because it was December, and Mr.
A small minority shook their heads, and intimated their opinion that it was not a robbery to have much light thrown on it by tinder-boxes, that Master Marner's tale had a queer look with it, and that such things had been known as a man's doing himself a mischief, and then setting the justice to look for the doer.
He may now depart in peace and innocence, a sufferer and not a doer of evil.
And it may be that as ever is in God's Providence, the very thing that the evil doer most reckoned on for his selfish good, turns out to be his chiefest harm.
Also, being a magistrate, he had often to punish some idler or evil doer, by ordering him to be set in the stocks or scourged at the whipping-post.
She must be the doer of everything: Lady Bertram would of course be spared all thought and exertion, and it would all fall upon her.
It is a purely legal phrase, and applicable precisely in cases such as we have now under consideration, where the probability of the doer of a deed hinges upon the probability of the benefit accruing to this individual or to that from the deed's accomplishment.
They seemed to be acts of which the doer was ashamed.
For the Universe has three children, born at one time, which reappear under different names in every system of thought, whether they be called cause, operation, and effect; or, more poetically, Jove, Pluto, Neptune; or, theologically, the Father, the Spirit, and the Son; but which we will call here the Knower, the Doer, and the Sayer.
Duty in the abstract is one thing; duty in the concrete is quite another, especially when the doer is confronted by a woman's stricken eyes.
Oh, I know quite well that all the merit of a good deed evaporates at once if it benefits the doer in the slightest degree," said Genestas.