[ UK /dˈʌn/ ]
[ US /ˈdən/ ]
  1. having finished or arrived at completion
    after the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up
    it's a done deed
    almost through with his studies
    certain to make history before he's done
  2. cooked until ready to serve
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How To Use done In A Sentence

  • In a landmark case/decision, the Governor pardoned a woman convicted of killing her husband, who had physically abused her.
  • We came here with a few players making their debuts and they have done great. The Sun
  • It's been destroyed and redone a couple of times since then.
  • And when they have done ye wrang, even when ye hae gotten decreet of spulzie, oppression, and violent profits against them, what better are ye? The Waverley
  • She was carrying some books done up in brown paper.
  • Following the example set by her father, she has fulfilled her role and done her duty.
  • What is done cannot be undone
  • But more needs to be done with stories like this particular one, if you want to see your hard work come to fruition in ousting George W. Bush from the White House, along with any other of his cronies who have blood on their hands, from George W. Bush†™ s futile ‘War On Terror†™. Think Progress » 60 Minutes: CIA Official Reveals Bush, Cheney, Rice Were Personally Told Iraq Had No WMD in Fall 2002
  • And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times
  • I looked over at the coffee pot, which had been done percolating for a good fifteen minutes.
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