do something with

idiom

: to change (something) in some way
Have you done something with this room? It looks different.

Examples of do something with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Don’t wait for someone’s exit interview to decide to do something with your data. Amy Lafko, Forbes, 22 Feb. 2023 Randal emerges determined to do something with his life. John Defore, The Hollywood Reporter, 8 Sep. 2022 Robert Redford has been trying to do something with these books too – and a couple of films were made for TV. Jazz Tangcay, Variety, 25 July 2022 After Finn’s diagnosis, her husband, a 42-year-old IT consultant, persuaded her to do something with the fabric scraps strewn around the house. Fox News, 11 Apr. 2022 Everybody wants to play with him or do something with him. Christina Dugan Ramirez, PEOPLE.com, 15 July 2022 People are really blessed to be alive and have the chance to do something with the future. Javacia Harris Bowser, Good Housekeeping, 13 June 2022 In other words, Garrett is expected to do something with the defense similar to what Watson will do with the offense this weekend. Nate Ulrich, USA TODAY, 16 May 2022 So take six months to try to do something with this. Neena Rouhani, Billboard, 27 Apr. 2022

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“Do something with.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/do%20something%20with. Accessed 15 Apr. 2024.

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