To effect; execute; achieve; achieve; carry-on or out; do: as, to do, an act of kindness or a deed of daring; to perform just about every day's labor; to do an operation in surgery or in arithmetic.
To carry out or do whatever is demanded or needed by (task, a vow, etc.); execute the conditions, instructions, or requirements of; devote execution; discharge; fulfil: because, to execute your responsibility; to do a vow; to do a covenant.
To make; do.
to do something or represent on or as regarding the phase: as, to perform the element of Hamlet.
In order to make up; constitute; full.
to cover; furnish.
To sing, or render on a musical instrument.
to do something; do or execute some thing.
to do something part; proceed through or finish any work; especially, to sing or use a musical tool, represent a character on the stage, etc.