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"done" in American English

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done

 us   /dʌn/
past participle of do
You can say “done” to show that you agree to something: “I’ll give you $25 for the chair.” “Done!”
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"done" in British English

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doneverb

uk   /dʌn/  us   /dʌn/
past participle of do

doneadjective [after verb]

uk   /dʌn/  us   /dʌn/
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!

said to show that you accept someone's offer or that you agree to something: "I'll give you 20 quid for all five of them." "Done!"
(Definition of done from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"done" in Business English

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doneadjective

uk   us   /dʌn/
a done deal
a formally arranged and agreed plan that will certainly happen: "The merger is far from a done deal," said a spokeswoman.
Done!
said to show that you accept an offer or agree to something: I said "£5,000" to which he replied, "Done!" and shook my hand.
(Definition of done from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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