doing

doing
subst. \/ˈduːɪŋ\/
1) handling, gjerning, verk
it will take some doing
det er ikke gjort uten videre \/ det skal noe til
2) (hverdagslig) juling, omgang, pryl
3) (hverdagslig, vanligvis om husdyr) møkk
be someone's doing være noens feil, være noens verk
it's all his doing
dette er det han som har gjort
doings gjøren og laten, tiltak, foretakende, påfunn
these are only some of his doings
dette er bare noen av påfunnene hans
tell me about your doings
fortell meg hva du holder på med
festligheter, stas, festivitas
pretty doings here!
ja, her går det pent for seg!
(hverdagslig) tingester, greier
have you got the doings for the job?
har du de greiene til jobben?

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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  • doing — do|ing [ˈdu:ıŋ] n 1.) be sb s (own) doing if something bad is someone s doing, they did or caused it ▪ If you fall into this trap, it will be all your own doing. 2.) take some doing informal to be hard work ▪ We had to be on the parade ground for …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • doing — do|ing [ duıŋ ] noun be someone s doing to be someone s fault: We re very late, and it s all your doing. take some doing used for saying that something will be very difficult to do: It will take some doing to finish this before five o clock …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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