done with

adjective \ˈdənˌwith, -th\

Definition of done with

  1. :  brought to an end :  decisively abandoned or dismissed but killing was done with except for predators that molested him — Stuart Cloete in my craft a thing done is a thing done with — Katharine F. Gerould

have done with

  1. :  to bring to an end :  have no further concern with :  abandon dismiss he was soon to have done with calendared time, and it had already ceased to count for him — Willa Cather let us have done with character assassination

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