Meaning of “done” - Learner’s Dictionary

done

adjective us uk /dʌn/
The fish pie is done - I just need to cook the vegetables now.She's had plenty of time to get the work done.I've just got to get my article done and then we can go out."Can I help?" "No, I think everything's done."I can get the housework done on Friday morning and then I'm free.
FINISHED

finished or completed:

Did you get / your essay done in time?
FOOD

cooked enough:

The potatoes aren't quite done yet.
→ See also easier said than done (easy) , well-done

(Definition of “done adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)