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1done

\ˈdən\

Definition of DONE

past participle of do

2done

adjective

: cooked completely or enough

: socially acceptable or fashionable

Full Definition of DONE

1
:  arrived at or brought to an end <one more question and we're done>
2
:  doomed to failure, defeat, or death
3
:  gone by :  over <the day of the circus big top is done>
4
:  physically exhausted
5
:  cooked sufficiently <check to see if the meat is done>
6
:  conformable to social convention <not the done thing>

Examples of DONE

  1. Check to see if the meat is done.
  2. Getting a divorce just wasn't done at the time.

First Known Use of DONE

14th century

Rhymes with DONE

DONE Defined for Kids

1done

Definition of DONE for Kids

past participle of do

2done

adjective

Definition of DONE for Kids

1
—used to say that something has ended <Are you done with the scissors?>
2
:  cooked completely or enough <The cake is done.>
3
:  socially acceptable or fashionable <"They say he sat at the foot of the king." "It is simply not done!"… — Kate Di Camillo, The Tale of Despereaux>
done for
:  doomed to failure, punishment, defeat, or death

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