doing

doing
1. present participle of
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2. noun
1) vbl. n. of do I
2) no pl. Tun, das

be [of] somebody's doing — jemandes Werk sein

it was not [of] or none of his doing — er hatte nichts damit zu tun

that takes a lot of/some doing — da gehört sehr viel/schon etwas dazu

3) in pl.

somebody's doings — (actions) jemandes Tun und Treiben

the doings — (coll.) die Dinger (ugs.); (thing with unknown name) das Dings (ugs.)

* * *
do·ing
[ˈdu:ɪŋ]
n
1. no pl (sb's work)
to be sb's \doing jds Werk sein
that's all your \doing daran bist allein du schuld
to take some [or a lot of] \doing ganz schön anstrengend sein fam
2. pl (activities)
\doings Tätigkeiten pl, Tun nt kein pl
there have been a great many \doings and goings-on lately in letzter Zeit hat sich einiges getan
she knows nothing of his \doings sie weiß nicht, was er treibt fam
dogs' \doing Hundehäufchen nt
* * *
['duːɪŋ]
n
1) Tun nt

this is your doing — das ist dein Werk

it was none of my doing — ich hatte nichts damit zu tun

that takes some doing — da gehört (schon) etwas dazu

there is a difference between doing and saying — zwischen Taten und Worten besteht ein Unterschied

2) pl (inf) Handlungen pl, Taten pl
3) pl (inf Brit = thing) Dingsbums nt (inf)
* * *
doing [ˈduːıŋ] s
1. Tun n, Tat f:
it was your doing
a) Sie haben es getan, das war Ihr Werk, das geht auf Ihr Konto,
b) es war Ihre Schuld (that dass);
this will want some doing das will erst getan sein
2. pl
a) Handlungen pl, Taten pl, Tätigkeit f:
tell me about your doings in London erzähl mir, was du in London gemacht hast
b) Begebenheiten pl, Vorfälle pl
c) Treiben n, Betragen n:
fine doings these! iron das sind mir schöne Geschichten!
* * *
1. present participle of
do I
2. noun
1) vbl. n. of do I
2) no pl. Tun, das

be [of] somebody's doing — jemandes Werk sein

it was not [of] or none of his doing — er hatte nichts damit zu tun

that takes a lot of/some doing — da gehört sehr viel/schon etwas dazu

3) in pl.

somebody's doings — (actions) jemandes Tun und Treiben

the doings — (coll.) die Dinger (ugs.); (thing with unknown name) das Dings (ugs.)


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