doing

doing
['duːɪŋ]
сущ.
1) акт, действие; деятельность; поведение, образ действий

to be smb.'s doing — быть делом рук кого-л.

It's his doing. — Это его рук дело.

It's none of my doing. — Я здесь ни при чём. / Я не виноват.

It takes some / a lot of doing. — Это требует напряжённой работы. / Это не так то просто.

Syn:
2) (doings) дела, поступки; свершения
Syn:
3) разг. нахлобучка, нагоняй; взбучка, порка, трёпка

to give smb. a doing — дать нахлобучку кому-л.; устроить кому-л. головомойку

Syn:
4) (doings) разг. штука, штуковина

I'll have a drop of the doings. — Я выпью немного этой штуковины.

5) (doings) разг.; эвф. экскременты

dog's doings — собачьи какашки


Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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