deed

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdiːd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/did/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(dēd)

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deed

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [house, building, property, title] deeds
  2. the deeds to the [house]
  3. the deeds of the [sale, transfer]
  4. a deed of [trust, confidence]
  5. [signed, transferred, modified] the deed
  6. transferred the deed to [her son, his daughter]
  7. put the deed in her name
  8. the deed is in his name
  9. need the deeds to [secure, sell, prevent]
  10. [perform, do] a good deed
  11. (try to) do a good deed every day
  12. did a good deed in [helping, offering, volunteering, sharing]
  13. deeds of [daring, nerve, skill, bravery]
  14. idiom: one good deed deserves another
  15. idiom: no good deed goes unpunished
v
  1. deed your [property, estate, assets, business]
  2. [property, land, house, estate] was deeded (to)
  3. deeded to her [sons, son, daughter, niece, grandchildren]
  4. deeded by their [parents, grandfather, brother]
  5. deeded to [secure, ensure, make sure, continue]
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