English Meaning

A syllable attached to the first tone of the major diatonic scale for the purpose of solmization, or solfeggio. It is the first of the seven syllables used by the Italians as manes of musical tones, and replaced, for the sake of euphony, the syllable Ut, applied to the note C. In England and America the same syllables are used by many as a scale pattern, while the tones in respect to absolute pitch are named from the first seven letters of the alphabet.

  1. To perform or execute: do one's assigned task; do a series of business deals.
  2. To fulfill the requirements of: did my duty at all times.
  3. To carry out; commit: a crime that had been done on purpose.
  4. To produce, especially by creative effort: do a play on Broadway.
  5. To play the part or role of in a creative production: did Elizabeth I in the film.
  6. To mimic: "doing the Southern voice, improvising it inventively as he goes along” ( William H. Pritchard).
  7. To bring about; effect: Crying won't do any good now.
  8. To render; give: do equal justice to the opposing sides; do honor to one's family.
  9. To put forth; exert: Do the best you can.
  10. To attend to in such a way as to take care of or put in order: did the bedrooms before the guests arrived.
  11. To prepare for further use especially by washing: did the dishes.
  12. To set or style (the hair).
  13. To apply cosmetics to: did her face.
  14. To have as an occupation or profession: Have you decided what you will do after college?
  15. To work out by studying: do a homework assignment.
  16. Used as a substitute for an antecedent verb: He can play the piano, and I can do that, too.
  17. Informal To travel (a specified distance): do a mile in four minutes.
  18. Informal To make a tour of; visit: "[He] did 15 countries of Western Europe in only a few days” ( R.W. Apple, Jr.)
  19. To be sufficient in meeting the needs of; serve: This room will do us very nicely.
  20. Informal To serve (a prison term): did time in jail; did five years for tax fraud.
  21. Slang To cheat; swindle: do a relative out of an inheritance.
  22. Slang To take (drugs) illegally: "If you do drugs you are going to be in continual trouble” ( Jimmy Breslin).
  23. Slang To kill; murder.
  24. Vulgar Slang To have sex with; bring to orgasm.
  25. To behave or conduct oneself; act: Do as I say and you won't get into trouble.
  26. To get along; fare: students who do well at school.
  27. To carry on; manage: I could do without your interference.
  28. To make good use of something because of need: I could do with a hot bath.
  29. To serve a specified purpose: This coat will do for another season.
  30. To be proper or fitting: Such behavior just won't do.
  31. To take place; happen: What's doing in London this time of year?
  32. Used as a substitute for an antecedent verb: worked as hard as everyone else did.
  33. Used after another verb for emphasis: Run quickly, do!
  34. Used with the infinitive without to in questions, negative statements, and inverted phrases: Do you understand? I did not sleep well. Little did we know what was in store for us.
  35. Used as a means of emphasis: I do want to be sure.
  36. A statement of what should be done: a list of the dos and don'ts of management.
  37. Informal An entertainment; a party: attended a big do at the embassy.
  38. A commotion.
  39. Chiefly British Slang A swindle; a cheat.
  40. Archaic Duty; deed.
  41. Slang Fecal matter; excrement.
  42. do by To behave with respect to; deal with: The children have done well by their aged parents.
  43. do for To care or provide for; take care of.
  44. do in Slang To tire completely; exhaust: The marathon did me in.
  45. do in Slang To kill.
  46. do in Slang To ruin utterly: Huge losses on the stock market did many investors in.
  47. do up To adorn or dress lavishly: The children were all done up in matching outfits.
  48. do up To wrap and tie (a package).
  49. do up To fasten: do up the buttons on a dress.
  50. do without To manage despite the absence of: We had to do without a telephone on the island.
  51. can To prefer not to experience or deal with: I could do without their complaints.
  52. do a disappearing act Informal To vanish.
  53. do away with To make an end of; eliminate.
  54. do away with To destroy; kill.
  55. do it Vulgar Slang To engage in sexual intercourse.
  56. do (one) proud To act or perform in a way that gives cause for pride.
  57. do (one's) bit To make an individual contribution toward an overall effort.
  58. do (one's) business Slang To defecate. Used especially of a pet.
  59. do (one's) own thing Slang To do what one does best or finds most enjoyable: "I get paid to try cases and to do my thing on trial” ( Bruce Cutler).
  60. Music The first tone of the diatonic scale in solfeggio.
  61. Slang A hairdo.

Malayalam Meaning

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ചെയ്യുക - Cheyyuka ;പെണ്ണുക - Pennuka ;പ്രവർത്തിക്കുക - Pravarththikkuka | Pravarthikkuka ;പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുക - Pravar‍ththikkuka | Pravar‍thikkuka ;


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Deuteronomy 12:13

Take heed to yourself that you do not offer your burnt offerings in every place that you see;

നിനക്കു ബോധിക്കുന്നേടത്തൊക്കെയും നിന്റെ ഹോമയാഗങ്ങൾ കഴിക്കാതിരിപ്പാൻ സൂക്ഷിച്ചുകൊൾക.

2 Samuel 21:3

Therefore David said to the Gibeonites, "What shall I do for you? And with what shall I make atonement, that you may bless the inheritance of the LORD?"

എന്നാൽ ദാവീദും ശൗലിന്റെ മകനായ യോനാഥാനും തമ്മിൽ യഹോവയുടെ നാമത്തിൽ ചെയ്ത സത്യംനിമിത്തം രാജാവു ശൗലിന്റെ മകനായ യോനാഥാന്റെ മകൻ മെഫീബോശെത്തിനെ ഒഴിച്ചു.

Jeremiah 35:9

nor to build ourselves houses to dwell in; nor do we have vineyard, field, or seed.

പാർപ്പാൻ വീടു പണികയോ ചെയ്യാതെ രേഖാബിന്റെ മകനായി ഞങ്ങളുടെ പിതാവായ യോനാദാബ് ഞങ്ങളോടു കല്പിച്ച സകലത്തിലും അവന്റെ വാക്കു കേട്ടനുസരിച്ചുവരുന്നു; ഞങ്ങൾക്കു മുന്തിരിത്തോട്ടവും വയലും വിത്തും ഇല്ല.


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