From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo the honoursdo the honoursspokenPARTY to pour the drinks, serve food etc at a socialoccasionLiz, would you do the honors? →honour
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do the honours• Good, then Francesca can do the honours from Thursday and work for him thereafter.• BillGates will supposedly do the honours himself at his Windows World keynote.• Outer Kent has been asked to do the honours at the next meeting. 24.• Grimes went behind the bar to do the honours.• And we must both help Mum to do the honours.