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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “do”

do

verb [T] (CAUSE TO HAVE)
使拥有
 
 
// /du/ /duː/ /duː/ (did, done)
to provide or sell something, or to cause someone to have something
提供;销售;供给
There's a special offer on and they're doing three for the price of two.
现在他们正在搞特价优惠,花两件的价钱可以买3件。
Do you do travel insurance as well as flights?
除了飞行以外你们提供旅游保险吗?
The pub only does food at lunchtimes, not in the evenings.
这家酒馆只在午饭时提供食物,晚饭时没有。
Giving, providing and supplyingSelling
(Definition of do verb (CAUSE TO HAVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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