do over
To beat up.
To repeat; to start over.
To cover; to spread; to smear.
do for
Used other than as an idiom: see do,‎ for.
to doom
do in
do away with
Abolish, get rid of
do down
To belittle or intimidate
do up
Close or fasten clothes, etc.
Repair and renovate
do without
Manage without something
do out of
Cheat somebody out of something that is rightfully theirs
do with
Wish for or ask for (usually after can or could)
do the dishes
To wash up dirty crockery, cutlery and dishes.
do off
To take off (clothing).
do out
to decorate, tidy or clean
do the laundry
To wash the laundry.