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do

verb [I or T] (CLEAN/MAKE TIDY) 打掃/整理     // /du/ /duː/ /duː/ (did, done)
to clean or tidy, or make something look attractive 打掃,清潔;整理;裝飾 I want to do (= clean) the living room this afternoon. 今天下午我要打掃一下客廳。 I cooked the dinner so you can do (= wash) the dishes. 我做了晚飯,所以你來洗碗吧。 do your hair/make-up/nails 做頭髮/化妝/修指甲 Cleaning and tidying places and things
(Definition of do verb (CLEAN/MAKE TIDY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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