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Make is an interesting word in English because it goes together with a lot of words to make idioms which are commonly used in conversation, as phrasal verbs are. Here are 12 of them
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- Do the dishes means to wash the dirty dishes (in British English the say, “do the washing up.”)
- Do the laundry means to wash and dry clothes.
- Do homework means to complete your homework assignments.
- Chores mean jobs you need to do around the house, like cleaning, laundry, repairs, etc.
- Do damage is a more casual and conversational way of saying, “cause damage.”
- Do (one’s) best When you do your best, you use your energy and effort in order to succeed.
- Do your hair means to style your hair.
- Do your makeup means to apply makeup to your face.
- Do research means to conduct research.
- Do an experiment means to conduct an experiment.
- Do a great job means to excel at something.
- Do work means to work on something or work on doing something.