Pronunciation of Do
/dˈuː/, /dˈuː/, /d_ˈuː/

Antonyms for DO:

defer, fail, forget, put off, undo.

Synonyms for DO:

Sense 1

downbeat, subjunctive, half step, root, nonfeasance, island hop, natural, bum around, the preterite, unconquerable, sit in on, stumble into, treble, half note, pitch, go about, tonic, infinitive, eighth note, the passive, verbal, verbally, principal parts, the third person, tour, tremolo, the present tense, improvise, interval, phrasal verb, reciprocal verb, the past perfect, beat, linking verb, la, key, double flat, the past tense, conjure, quarter note, the future tense, barnstorm, lay about one, copula, sixteenth note, the conditional, conjugation, the pluperfect, auxiliary verb, participle, tone, meddle, recite, be, range, dinner party, entertain, play-act, chord, tumble into, modal auxiliary, note, the second person, get in on, effectuation, re, sharp, get up to, octave, Sol-fa, tasting, middle c, harmonic, Half-tone, bilk, achieve, acquirement, bass, grace, the future perfect, past participle, sol, PRES, the active, participate, flat, kaffeeklatch, obey, drumbeat, jump in, semibreve, grace note, soiree, crotchet, semitone, double sharp, the imperfect, indulge, quaver, modal verb, indicative, value, coffee klatch, music, the perfect tense, semiquaver, the present perfect, interfere, verb, the perfect, tend, whole note, scale, demean, mi, suck in, vibrato, join in, present participle, singalong, split infinitive, minim, partake, ti, fa, pulse, engage in, so, jump into, weigh in, diddle, roam, blind date, tenor.

Sense 2

fulfillment, amuse, defraud, materialization, reprise, headline, explore, gala, hook into, invincible, reunion, regale, impassable, effectuate, postpone, delay, impregnable, accomplishment, sign on, jolly, role, F, attainment, emcee, enter into, victimize, cozen, insurmountable, indomitable, default, D, realization, chisel, pack in, Doing, open house, intrude, infringe, contravene, intervene, delinquency, fete, register, premiere, adjourn, the first person, black tie, revive, fruition, dereliction, insuperable, G.

Sense 3

performance, share, visit, shelve, cheat, modal, mulct, deed, imperative, last, violate, sting, culmination, prosecution, o.d., B, dramatize, satisfy, involve, sit, plug into, C, snort, waive, debut, materialize, omission, execution, tense, portray, future, singsong, achievement, consummation, purpose, acquisition, festivity, impersonate, implement.

Sense 4

mainline, fill, sniff, gyp, wage, jack up, task, V, aspect, overdose, leave behind, prosecute, affair, enact, mood, transgress, evening, omit, competition, wait, post, invade, fend, warm up, feat, auxiliary.

Sense 5

company, travel, witness, get around, conclude, pursuit, pull, shoot up, night, piece, disregard, done, enter.

Sense 6

join, fringe, effort, society, remit, stay, party, get into, failure.

Sense 7

celebration, cover, present, keep up.

Sense 8

quit, job, discharge, spike, part, past, muddle, settle, voice, shift.

Sense 9


Sense 10


Sense 11

occasion, open.

Sense 14


Sense 15


Sense 16

support, go, thing.

Sense 19


Sense 20


Sense 25





react, play-act.


initiate, establish, set up.

care for


carry on



pack in.


coiffure, hairdo.


carry off, make good.





figure out


get along

get along.


manage, put over.

pitch in

join in, jump in.

Other synonyms and related words:

gala, discharge, realize, performance, accomplishment, answer, fulfil, prepare, order, get on, get along, satisfy, work out, manage, HIT, generate, accomplish, diddle, occasion, go, cover, command, solve, sol, attain, enact, act, resolve, suffice, effort, carry out, make, effectuate, achievement, Doing, consummate, festivity, fare, blowout, mi, bring about, chouse, go on, feat, thing, make out, meet, word, behest, cook, bilk, serve, complete, achieve, deed, fulfill, fa, produce, action, get, commandment, visit.

Sense 1 (noun)

B, bass, C, chord, double flat, D, crotchet.

Sense 2 (noun)

obey, go about, pursue.

Sense 3 (noun)


Sense 6 (noun)


Sense 7 (noun)


Sense 8 (noun)

become, tend.

Sense 9 (noun)

amuse, emcee, debut, entertain, conjure, go on.

Sense 10 (noun)

explore, tour, visit, travel.

Sense 11 (noun)


Sense 12 (noun)

auxiliary verb, aspect, the first person, the active, conjugation, auxiliary, the conditional, copula.

Sense 13 (noun)

engage in, participate, involve, join in, get in on, sit in on, enter into, treat, join.

Sense 14 (noun)


Sense 15 (noun)

implement, done, keep.

Sense 16 (noun)

be, beat, quit, demean.

Sense 17 (noun)

fend, company, blind date, black tie, dinner party, evening, competition, fringe, coffee klatch, shift.

Sense 18 (noun)

dramatize, enact, shape, present.

Sense 19 (noun)

portray, impersonate, play-act.

Sense 20 (noun)


Sense 21 (noun)

come down, cover, drop, o.d., jack up.

Sense 22 (noun)

keep up, leave behind.

Sense 24 (noun)

gyp, chisel, mulct, bilk, sting, cheat, victimize, cozen, stick, defraud, diddle.

coiffure (noun)


do away with (noun)

do in.

do up (noun)


festival (noun)


social gathering (noun)


social occasion (noun)


act (verb)

comport, exercise, act, officiate, enterprise, labor, endeavor, work, function, move, execute, perform, conduct, behave, transact, react, appear, perpetrate, operate.

behave (verb)

practice, deport, proceed.

be sufficient (verb)

answer, satisfy, suffice, serve.

carry out (verb)

fix, cook, prepare, create, undertake, discharge, produce, pull off, achieve, move, execute, perform, accomplish, bring about, fulfill, transact, cause, make, arrange, work, operate, determine, conclude, engage in, complete, act.

cheat (verb)

beat, cozen, chouse, defraud, bilk, gyp.

figure out, solve (verb)

interpret, render, work out, resolve.

travel, visit (verb)

explore, cover, tour.

venture (verb)

pursue, campaign, scheme, initiate, venture, undertake, maneuver.

Usage examples for DO:

  • You do see it? - "Man and Wife", Wilkie Collins.
  • You do 'ject, you do 'ject! - "The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories Strength of Gideon; Mammy Peggy's Pride; Viney's Free Papers; The Fruitful Sleeping of The Rev. Elisha Edwards; The Ingrate; The Case of 'Ca'line'; The Finish of Patsy Barnes; One Man's Fortunes; Jim's Probation; U", Paul Laurence Dunbar.
  • What did they know how to do? - "Introductory American History", Henry Eldridge Bourne Elbert Jay Benton.

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