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adjective [not usually before noun]     done pronunciation in British English
/dʌn/
  1. 1
    finished doing something or using something

    I’m nearly done.

    As soon as I’ve done I’m going home.

    done with:

    Are you done with that pen?

    1. a.
      if a job is done, it has been finished

      That’s the first lot done.

      The beds are done (=they have been made tidy).

    2. b.
      cooked long enough to be eaten
  2. From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    2
    get it done to be enough

    Two hundred bucks won't get it done. I need more.

    Submitted by Boris Marchenko from Russian Federation on 24/12/2015
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