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- Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see do, it.
- You did it! And in record time! Congratulations!
- (colloquial) To be appealing or suitable.
- Synonym: fit the bill
- A green shirt with orange slacks really doesn’t do it for me, I’m afraid.
- (slang, chiefly used in the past tense) To do something exceptionally foolish or unacceptable.
- He did it this time! She's really done it now!
- 1953 November, Herbert Farris, Boys' Life, Boy Scouts of America, page 38:
- "Now you've done it, Chuck," the Colonel groaned. "Now you've done it! I brought you down here to teach my boys how to ride, not to kill them — this is terrible!"
- 2010, Maggie Barbara Gale, John F. Deeney, Dan Rebellato, The Routledge Drama Anthology and Sourcebook: From Modernism to Contemporary Performance, Routledge, →ISBN, page 375:
- Sally: Oh, stop it! I never heard of anything so daft in my life. Mrs Jike: Eh, what? Now you've done it! The spirits have all gone away.
- (slang, euphemistic) To have sex; make it.
- Synonyms: bang, get it on, have, sex; see also Thesaurus:copulate
- He was upstairs doing it with her.
- 1968, Lennon–McCartney (lyrics and music), “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?”, in The Beatles (The White Album), performed by The Beatles:
- Why don't we do it in the road
No one will be watching us
- (rare, slang, euphemistic) To urinate.