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done

 (dŭn)
v.
Past participle of do1.
adj.
1. Having been carried out or accomplished; finished: a done deed.
2. Cooked adequately.
3. Socially acceptable: Spitting on the street is just not done in polite society.
4. Informal Totally worn out; exhausted.
Idioms:
be done
To have finished something: Are you done with your homework yet? Are they done eating dinner?
done for Informal
Doomed to death or destruction.
done in
Informal Totally worn out; exhausted.

done′ness n.

done

(dʌn)
vb
1. the past participle of do1
2. be done with have done with to end relations with
3. have done to be completely finished: have you done?.
4. that's done it
a. an exclamation of frustration when something is ruined
b. an exclamation when something is completed
interj
(Commerce) an expression of agreement, as on the settlement of a bargain between two parties
adj
5. completed; finished
6. (Cookery) cooked enough: done to a turn.
7. used up: they had to surrender when the ammunition was done.
8. socially proper or acceptable: that isn't done in higher circles.
9. informal cheated; tricked
10. done for informal
a. dead or almost dead
b. in serious difficulty
11. done in done up informal physically exhausted

done

(dʌn)

v.
1. pp. of do 1.
2. Nonstandard. a pt. of do1.
auxiliary verb.
3. Southern U.S. Nonstandard. (used often with a principal verb in the past tense to indicate completed action): I done told you.
adj.
4.
a. finished; completed; accomplished: a done deal; Our work is done.
b. at a point of completion; through: When you are done, turn out the lights.
5. cooked sufficiently.
6. worn out, exhausted, or used up.
7. in keeping with acceptable behavior or practice: That sort of thing simply isn't done.
Idioms:
1. done for,
a. dead or dying.
b. doomed to failure.
2. done in, very tired; exhausted.
usage: Usage guides occasionally object to done in the adjectival senses “finished” and “through,” but the meanings are standard. done was formerly used attributively (The argument between them was a done thing), but it is now more common as a complement.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.done - having finished or arrived at completion; "certain to make history before he's done"; "it's a done deed"; "after the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up"; "almost through with his studies"
finished - ended or brought to an end; "are you finished?"; "gave me the finished manuscript"
2.done - cooked until ready to serve
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat

done

adjective
1. finished, completed, accomplished, over, through, ended, perfected, realized, concluded, executed, terminated, consummated, in the can (informal) By evening the work is done, and just in time.
2. cooked, ready, cooked enough, cooked to a turn, cooked sufficiently When the cake is done, remove it from the oven.
3. acceptable, proper, polite, conventional, protocol, de rigueur (French) It simply isn't done.
4. (Informal) cheated, tricked, conned (informal), duped, taken for a ride (informal) If you paid more than a hundred quid for that, you've been done.
interjection
1. agreed, you're on (informal), O.K. or okay (informal), it's a bargain, it's a deal 'You lead and we'll look for it.' - 'Done.'
done for finished (Informal) lost, beaten, defeated, destroyed, ruined, broken, dashed, wrecked, doomed, foiled, undone I thought we were all done for.
done in or up (Informal) exhausted, bushed (informal), all in (slang), worn out, dead (informal), knackered (slang), clapped out (Austral. & N.Z. informal), tired out, ready to drop, dog-tired (informal), zonked (slang), dead beat (informal), fagged out (informal), worn to a frazzle (informal), on your last legs, creamcrackered (Brit. slang) You must be really done in.
have or be done with something or someone be through with, give up, be finished with, throw over, wash your hands of, end relations with Let us have done with him.

done

adjective
1. Having reached completion:
2. No longer effective, capable, or valuable:
Informal: kaput.
Idioms: at the end of the line, over the hill, past one's prime.
3. Having no further relationship:
Translations
المَقْبول إجْتِماعِيًّاتَمَّ، انْتَهىمَطْبوخمُكَمَّل
hotový
afsluttetfærdiggjortklar
tehty
učinjen
búinn, afstaîinn, fullgerîurtilbúinn; fullsteikturviîeigandi
終了した
끝난
uvarený
gjord
เสร็จสิ้น
bitirilmişdoğru olaniyi pişmişkabul görentamamlanmış
đã xong

done

[dʌn]
A. PP of do 1
B. ADJ
1. (= finished) → terminado, acabado
the job's doneel trabajo está terminado or acabado
it's as good as doneeso está hecho
to get done with sthterminar or acabar de hacer algo
why don't you tell him and have done with it?¿por qué no se lo dices y acabas de una vez?
what's done cannot be undonea lo hecho, pecho
see also over C
see also say A3
2. (= accepted) it's just not done!¡eso no se hace!
it's not done to voice your opinions hereaquí está mal visto que uno exprese sus opiniones
it's not done to put your elbows on the tableponer los codos en la mesa es de mala educación
3. (in exclamations) done! (= agreed) → ¡trato hecho!
well done!¡muy bien!, ¡bravo!
4. (Culin) the vegetables are donela verdura está cocida or hecha
how do you like your steak done?¿cómo te gusta el filete?
I like my steak well doneme gusta el filete muy hecho
5. (= exhausted) → agotado, hecho polvo
see also do for 2
see also do in 2

done

[ˈdʌn] pp of do
to be over and done with → être fini(e) et bien fini(e)

done

ptp of do2
adj
(= finished) workerledigt; (= cooked) vegetablesgar; meatdurch; cakedurchgebacken; to get something done (= finished)etw fertig kriegen; is it done yet?ist es schon erledigt?; done! (= agreed)abgemacht!; a done deal (US) → eine abgekartete Sache
(Brit inf: = tired out) I’m done (in)ich bin geschafft (inf)or fertig
it’s not the done thing, that’s not donedas tut man nicht
(inf: = used up) the butter is (all) donedie Butter ist alle

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?

done

مُكَمَّل hotový afsluttet erledigt τετελεσμένος hecho tehty fait učinjen fatto 終了した 끝난 gedaan ferdig sporządzony feito сделанный gjord เสร็จสิ้น yapılmış đã xong 完成了

done

a., pp. de to do, hecho, terminado;
___ forgastado-a, destruido-a.
References in classic literature ?
Then we kind of come to, and lifted the old man up and got him into his chair, and Benny petted him and kissed him and tried to comfort him, and poor old Aunt Sally she done the same; but, poor things, they was so broke up and scared and knocked out of their right minds that they didn't hardly know what they was about.
The minute Tom shut off he changed the subject and went to begging Uncle Silas to keep mum, and the rest of us done the same, and said he MUST, and said it wasn't his business to tell on himself, and if he kept mum nobody would ever know; but if it was found out and any harm come to him it would break the family's hearts and kill them, and yet never do anybody any good.
The action may be done consciously and with knowledge of the persons, in the manner of the older poets.
Wake up by and by, and look to see what done it, and maybe see a steamboat coughing along up-stream, so far off towards the other side you couldn't tell nothing about her only whether she was a stern-wheel or side-wheel; then for about an hour there wouldn't be nothing to hear nor nothing to see -- just solid lonesomeness.
Jim said the moon could a LAID them; well, that looked kind of reasonable, so I didn't say nothing against it, because I've seen a frog lay most as many, so of course it could be done.
When dinner was done, and when what remained of the platters and what remained of the congealed gravy had been put back into what remained of the pie, which served as an economical investment for all miscellaneous savings, Riderhood filled the mug with beer and took a long drink.
But, all his arts were brought to a standstill, like himself when Bradley, turning into a green lane or riding by the river-side--a solitary spot run wild in nettles, briars, and brambles, and encumbered with the scathed trunks of a whole hedgerow of felled trees, on the outskirts of a little wood--began stepping on these trunks and dropping down among them and stepping on them again, apparently as a schoolboy might have done, but assuredly with no schoolboy purpose, or want of purpose.
It would be well, certainly, if we could help to reduce their number, and something might perhaps be done by not lightly giving occasion to their existence.
But when I had finished reading, and done the half of a seam, with Nancy's capacious brass thimble fitted on to my finger by means of a roll of paper, I was disturbed by the entrance of Mr.
I love you all and have done no harm to anyone; why must I suffer so?
It's a little late in the day to be scrupulous, after what you have done.
In two days we had it all done and the water in -- a spacious pool of clear pure water that a body could swim in.