will do

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

An ellipsis for "I will do (it or that)."

Verb[edit]

will do

  1. Used other than as an idiom: see will,‎ do.
  2. Affirmative yes in response to an especially personal or direct request for the performance of some action.
    Could you wake me when you get up? — No problem, will do.
    Make sure you understand this before the next class. — Will do, for sure.
    One of us needs to verify the source. — Will do, but I could use some help.