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deed

noun [C]
 
 
/diːd/
ACTION formal something that you do: good deeds I judge a person by their deeds, not their words.Acting and actsDealing with things or people
LAW a legal document recording an agreement, especially saying who owns something: [usually plural] Where do you keep the deeds to the house?Official documents
Translations of “deed”
in Arabic فِعْل…
in Korean 행동…
in Malaysian amalan…
in French action…
in Turkish iş, eylem, fiil…
in Italian azione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行為, (尤指很壞或很好的)事情,行為…
in Russian поступок, дело, документ…
in Polish czyn, uczynek, akt notarialny…
in Vietnamese việc làm…
in Spanish acto, acción, hecho…
in Portuguese ação, feito, façanha…
in Thai การกระทำ…
in German die Tat…
in Catalan acte, acció…
in Japanese 行為…
in Indonesian tindakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行为, (尤指很坏或很好的)事情,行为…
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