/du/auxiliary verb(present tensedoes/dʌz/, /dəz/, past tensedid/dɪd/, past participledone/dʌn/)(TO AVOID REPEATING)
›used to avoid repeating a verb or verb phrase: "I don’t like either candidate." "Neither do I."He said he’d leave the car in the garage, but he didn’t."May I join you?" "Please do!""Did you leave the door open?" "Yes, I did."›Do can also replace the main verb in questions that are added to the end of a sentence: You met him at a conference, didn’t you?