done en el Oxford Spanish Dictionary

Traducciones de done en el diccionario inglés»español

done1 [Am dən, Brit dʌn] past part do

Véase también: do1, do2, do with

I.do1 <3rd pers sing pres does, part pres doing, past did, past part done> VERBO trans [Am du, Brit duː]

1. do (to perform an action):

2.1. do (to carry out):

4. do (to achieve, to bring about):

II.do1 <3rd pers sing pres does, part pres doing, past did, past part done> VERBO intr [Am du, Brit duː]

2. do (to be getting along, to manage):

3. do (to go on, to happen) inf in -ing form:

4.1. do (to be suitable, acceptable):

III.do1 <3rd pers sing pres does, part pres doing, past did, past part done> VERBO aux [Am du, Brit duː] Where do is used as an auxiliary verb, the Spanish verb on its own translates both the auxiliary and the principal verbs: she didn't come no vino; does he know?¿lo sabe?
Note that in spoken Spanish a question is indicated by intonation. El verbo auxiliar do se usa para formar el negativo y el interrogativo, para agregar énfasis, o para sustituir a un verbo usado anteriormente.

1. do (in elliptical use):

2.1. do (used to form the negative):

4.1. do (for emphasis):

IV.do1 <pl dos> SUST [Am du, Brit duː]

do2 <pl dos> [Am doʊ, Brit duː] SUST MUS

2. do with (expressing connection):

1.1. done pred (finished):

well-done <pred well done> [wɛlˈdʌn] ADJ

I.do1 <3rd pers sing pres does, part pres doing, past did, past part done> VERBO trans [Am du, Brit duː]

1. do (to perform an action):

2.1. do (to carry out):

4. do (to achieve, to bring about):

II.do1 <3rd pers sing pres does, part pres doing, past did, past part done> VERBO intr [Am du, Brit duː]

2. do (to be getting along, to manage):

3. do (to go on, to happen) inf in -ing form: