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doing definition

  • noun:
    • Performance of an act: work perhaps not really worth the doing.
    • Activities which go on every single day: "A motley crew they are, their particular doings since dark because they are ludicrous” ( John Simon).
    • Social events and tasks.
    • A deed or activity, especially when someone is held accountable because of it.
    • any such thing done; a deed; an action great or bad; thus, when you look at the plural, conduct; behavior. See do.
    • Performance of an act: work maybe not really worth the doing.
    • A thing done; a transaction, feat, or action, great or bad.
    • plural plan of action; the measures or actions consumed regard to some thing; proceedings; movements.
    • Activities that go on every day: "A motley crew they're, their doings since dark as they are ludicrous” ( John Simon).
    • personal activities and activities.
    • A deed or action, especially when somebody is held accountable because of it.
    • any such thing done; a deed; an action good or bad; therefore, when you look at the plural, conduct; behavior. See do.
    • something done; a transaction, task, or activity, good or bad.
    • plural Course of action; the measures or steps taken in reference to something; procedures; movements.
    • Efficiency of an act: employment maybe not really worth the doing.
    • Tasks that go on each and every day: "A motley team they've been, their doings since dark as they are ludicrous” ( John Simon).
    • personal occasions and tasks.
    • Efficiency of an act: employment not well worth the doing.
    • Activities that go on everyday: "A motley staff these are typically, their particular doings as dark since they are ludicrous” ( John Simon).
    • Social events and activities.
    • A deed or activity, specially when a person is held responsible for this.
    • A deed or activity, specially when someone is held accountable for this.
    • any such thing done; a deed; an action good or bad; for this reason, in plural, conduct; behavior. See do.
    • something done; a transaction, feat, or action, great or bad.
    • plural strategy; the steps or actions used reference to one thing; procedures; movements.
    • something done; a deed; an action good or bad; hence, in the plural, conduct; behavior. See do.
    • something done; a transaction, task, or action, good or bad.
    • plural Course of action; the measures or steps drawn in reference to something; procedures; motions.
  • verb:
    • Present participle of do.
    • Present participle of do.
    • provide participle of do.
    • Present participle of do.
  • interjection:
    • The sound made by an elastic object when struck by or striking a tough item.
    • The sound made by an elastic object when struck by or hitting a hard object.
    • The sound created by an elastic object whenever struck by or striking a hard item.
    • The sound produced by an elastic object whenever struck by or hitting a tough object.
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