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done

verb uk   us   /dʌn/
past participle of do

done

adjective [after verb] uk   us   /dʌn/

done adjective [after verb] (DEALT WITH)

If something is done, or you are done with it, it is finished, or you have finished doing, using it, etc.: The painting is almost done - I just have one corner of the kitchen left. Are you done with those scissors yet?mainly US I'm all done with the vacuuming. Is there anything else I can do?a done deal a plan that has been formally arranged or agreed and that is now certain to happen: Although it has yet to happen, reform of the sector is regarded as a done deal.
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done adjective [after verb] (COOKED)

cooked: Are the vegetables done (= have they finished cooking) yet? "How would you like your steak done?" "Well done (= cooked for a long time), please."
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