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|present participle||doing without|
|past tense||did without|
|past participle||done without|
There's no more milk, so I guess we'll just have to do without.
Now that they have a regular income, they should be able to do without any help from us.
You'll be gone for six days? I think we can do without you for that long.
This is the British English definition of do without. View American English definition of do without.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree