English version

do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo somethingdo somethingto do something in order to deal with a problem or difficult situation Don’t just stand there – do something!do something about Can you do something about that noise? something
Examples from the Corpus
something aboutAnd the second view shows a marked advantage when we begin to do something about behavior.I'd better do something about improving it.For those who are reluctant, understand why and do something about it.If the result is none too pleasant, it's time to do something about it.Whenever Gandhi felt distressed or disturbed he wanted to do something about it.We've got to do something about the bomb before we start.I wish they'd do something about the noise.We better do something about this deficiency right now.I keep thinking I should do something about this place but there's never any time.