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doing

noun
     
do‧ing
1

be somebody's (own) doing

if something bad is someone's doing, they did or caused it:
If you fall into this trap, it will be all your own doing.
2

take some doing

informal to be hard work:
We had to be on the parade ground for 5.30 a.m. and that took some doing.
3

doings

[plural] events, activities etc that someone is involved in:
Supper is a family get-together, where the doings of the day are talked about.

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