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be/get done

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/get donebe/get doneSCCSCP British English informal to be caught by the police for doing something illegal, but usually not too seriousbe/get done for I got done for speeding last night. done
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done forIt seemed to her that if she thought about pulling out even for a minute, she would be done for.Sometimes this means taking a very definite stand on certain issues, but it has to be done for both your sakes.Then John got done for burglary and he was put away five days before I got out.I make the wood-making an ongoing project, to be done for fun, and drag it out for weeks.Something had to be done for her.What can be done for my eyes?The same can be done for names of objects in a given name space.Nothing can be done for them now.
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