a shortened form of the word "dog" or "dawg". Pronounced like the word "dough" and normally following a person's name or greeting.
Yo, P do', what up do'? (translation: hey, Patrick, what's up?)
додав slothboyck 16 Жовтень 2006
Shortened form of the word 'door'
Let's go to the do'.
додав dkjvkndiqqqqqqqqqq 17 Лютий 2011
1. go crazy, to fight

2. to fuck a sexy female without her being a girlfriend

3. beat to death without a weapon (man-slaughter)
1. that girl went D.O. in the classroom

2. later on I'm going to take her to my house D.O. her

3. he got into a fight with his homie and straight D.Oed him
додав 7~4~4 24 Червень 2009
To have sex OR the first note in a scale.
Harry: Whatcha doing tonight?
Ron: You!
Harry: Yay!!!

Julie: Do, Ray, Me!
Cap'n: My name isn't Ray... but I'll do you!
додав Gregorina 2 Грудень 2007
used by the chav in multiple contexts. Usually relates to sexual intercourse but can also be used in a fight context or that of theft, criminal damage or drugs.
C'mon then. I'll do you cos I'm 'ard innit. (beat you up)

I'm gonna do Sharon tonight (have sexual intercourse with)

I'm gonna do his fucking car tonight (vandalise/steal)
додав postie 4 Квітень 2004
Doctor of Osteopathy - a system of medical practice based on a theory that diseases are due chiefly to loss of structural integrity which can be restored by manipulation of the parts supplemented by therapeutic measures (as use of medicine or surgery)
My primary care physician is a Doctor of Osteopathy.
додав HappyHenry35 10 Липень 2004
A variant of the word due, used mainly by people who don't pronounce the u sound in a word. For example, such people pronounce news as nooz, and opportunity as opportoonity.
In the case of due, because they pronounce it as do, they spell it the same way.
Do to the H1N1 swine flu pandemic the Centers For Disease Control recommends using the Dracula sneeze technique to avoid spreading germs.
додав Downtown_Dude 21 Жовтень 2010

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