English - Vietnamese Dictionary
done /dʌn/Concise Dictionary
- động tính từ quá khứ của do
- tính từ
- xong, hoàn thành, đã thực hiện
- tất phải thất bại, tất phải chết
- done to the world (to the wide)
dʌnAdvanced English Dictionary
+having finished or arrived at completion
+cooked until ready to serve
+an uproarious party
+the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization
+doctor's degree in osteopathy
+carry out or perform an action
+get (something) done
+proceed or get along
+give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally
+carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions
+be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity
+create or design, often in a certain way
+behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself
+spend time in prison or in a labor camp
+carry on or manage
+travel or traverse (a distance)
adjective, exclamation-see also DO v.
+ adjective [not before noun]
1 (with) finished; completed: When you're done, perhaps I can say something. + I'll be glad when this job is over and done with.
2 (of food) cooked enough: The meat isn't quite done yet.
3 (BrE, informal) socially acceptable, especially among people who have a strict set of social rules: At school, it simply wasn't done to show that you cared for anything except cricket.
Idioms: be done for (informal) to be in a very bad situation; to be certain to fail: Unless we start making some sales, we're done for. + When he pointed the gun at me, I thought I was done for (= about to die).
be done in (informal) to be extremely tired
be the done thing (BrE) to be socially acceptable behaviour
be / get done for sth / for doing sth (BrE, informal) to be caught and punished for doing sth illegal but not too serious: I got done for speeding on my way back.
be / have done with sth to have finished dealing with sb, or doing or using sth: If you've done with that magazine, can I have a look at it?
have done with it (BrE) to do sth unpleasant, as quickly as possible, so that it is finished: Why not tell her you're quitting and have done with it?
more at EASY adv., HARD adv., SOON
exclamation used to show that you accept an offer: 'I'll give you £800 for it.' 'Done!'
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