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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdʌn/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dʌn/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(dun)


From the verb do: (⇒ conjugate)
done is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: accomplished
Synonyms:
accomplished , finished , completed, over , through , realized, realised (UK), actualized, actualised (UK), achieved, over with, done with, over and done with (informal), done and dusted (slang), executed, effected, performed, rendered, consummated, fulfilled, brought to pass, brought about, wrapped up, terminated
Antonyms:
unfinished, incomplete, uncompleted, failed , undone , reversed, ongoing , in progress, underway
Sense: Adjective: cooked
Synonyms:
cooked, finished , ready , prepared , browned, well-cooked, well-done, hot , done to a turn, overdone, burned, burnt (UK)
Antonyms:
raw , uncooked, not done, still raw inside, underdone, rare
Sense: Adjective: agreed upon
Synonyms:
agreed , agreed upon, settled , decided , acceptable , approved, determined , sealed , fixed
Antonyms:
denied, undecided, refused, rejected
Sense: Adjective: exhausted - informal
Synonyms:
done in (informal), exhausted , beat (US, informal), drained, tired , tired out, out of energy, dead (informal), pooped (slang), bushed (slang), whacked (slang), frazzled (slang), spent , shot (US, slang), tuckered out (US, slang), worn out, wiped out (informal), burned out , burnt out (UK), dead on your feet (informal)


WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Verb: accomplish
Synonyms:
accomplish, achieve , execute , fulfill , finish , finish up, carry out, follow through with, complete , see through, get sth done, get sth out of the way (informal), succeed in, pull off (informal)
Sense: Verb: perform
Synonyms:
perform , carry out, execute , get on with (informal), get going on (informal), undertake
Sense: Verb: attend to
Synonyms:
attend to, deal with, take care of, manage , look after (UK), take on, tend to, see to, be in charge of, be responsible for, have responsibility for, be tasked with, be assigned to, specialize in, specialise in (UK)
Sense: Verb: prepare
Synonyms:
prepare , get sth ready, make , produce , organize, organise (UK), take care of, take sth in hand, sort out, sort (informal)
Sense: Verb: bring about
Synonyms:
bring about, bring , produce , effect , cause , inflict, make , result in, generate , yield , create , invoke, engender, prompt , translate into, beget, effectuate, induce
Sense: Verb: suffice - informal
Synonyms:
suffice (formal), be enough, be good enough, serve , be sufficient, do the job (informal), do the trick (informal), be satisfactory, be just right, satisfy
Sense: Verb: figure out
Synonyms:
figure out, work out, calculate, determine , count , reckon , add up, tot up (UK), solve , decipher
Sense: Verb: fare
Synonyms:
fare , manage , get on (informal), get along (informal), cope , advance , progress
Sense: Verb: put on a play, etc.
Synonyms:
put on, produce , present , stage , give , mount , direct
Sense: Verb: travel a distance
Synonyms:
travel , cover , go , cross , log , traverse (literary or formal), drive
Sense: Verb: travel at a given speed
Synonyms:
travel , go at, move at, drive at, ride at, rack up (informal), go at a speed of, record a speed of
Sense: Verb: behave
Synonyms:
behave , act , conduct yourself, acquit yourself (formal), comport yourself (formal)
Sense: Verb: use drugs
Synonyms:
use , take , ingest, inject, smoke , sniff , snort , shoot up (informal), be on, get stoned on (slang), get high on (slang), be hooked on (slang), be addicted to, be dependent on, take sth recreationally, be a recreational user of
Sense: Noun: hairstyle - informal
Synonyms:
hairdo (informal), hairstyle, style , haircut , cut , updo (informal)
Sense: Noun: social event - informal
Synonyms:
gathering , get-together, affair , function , social function, shindig (informal), party , event , blowout (US, informal), bash (slang)

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