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|present participle||doing up|
|past tense||did up|
|past participle||done up|
Do up your shoelaces.
You don’t need to do up the top button.
It’s a lovely cottage, but it needs doing up a bit.
We spent our weekends doing up a 1934 Rolls Royce.
He held a small parcel done up in coloured paper and ribbon.
She had spent hours doing herself up for the party.
Angie was done up in a silky black dress and fishnet stockings.
This is the British English definition of do up. View American English definition of do up.