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Do you drive?
The Queen does not interfere in politics.
What did the doctor say?
Didn't they tell you I was coming?
Max doesn't live here any more.
Don't believe what he tells you.
'You promised to come with me.' 'No I didn't.'
She doesn't travel around as much as I do.
I like Chinese food, but George doesn't.
'I enjoyed our trip to Brighton.' 'So did I.'
It's amazing what a little encouragement can do.
Frost can do a lot of damage.
Can't you see what all this stress and uncertainty is doing to our family?
The fresh air will do you good.
How much harm did the oil crisis do to our economy?
If you haven't got a proper bandage, any strip of clean cotton or linen will do.
'I suppose we ought to tip the waiter, but I've only got 20 francs left.' 'That'll do.'
An empty box will do for a table.
'All I've got to offer you is instant coffee.' 'That'll do me.'
This is the British English definition of do. View American English definition of do.
to kill someone in a violent way