Doit - definition of doit by The Free Dictionary
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1. (Currencies) a former small copper coin of the Netherlands
2. a trifle
[C16: from Middle Dutch duit]
Doit a small piece of money; a trifling sum; a small part of anything; a bit; a jot—Johnson, 1755.
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