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|present participle||doing to|
|past tense||did to|
|past participle||done to|
What have you done to your hair?
They did something to the central heating and now it doesn’t work.
I’ll never forgive him for what he did to me.
They did terrible things to some of the prisoners.
When I hear that song, it always does something to me.
This is the British English definition of do to. View American English definition of do to.
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