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done

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdonedone1 /dʌn/ verb  x-refthe past participle of do
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donedone2 adjective [not before noun, no comparative]  1 FINISHEDFINISH/COME TO AN ENDfinished finished or completed syn finished The job’s nearly done.somebody is done (with something) (=someone has finished doing or using something) As soon as I’m done, I’ll give you a call. Are you done with this magazine? I’ll be glad when the exams are over and done with (=completely finished).2 COOKEDDFCcooked cooked enough to eatoverdone, underdone Is the pasta done yet?3 be done for4 done in5 be done6 be done with it7 be done8 be/get done9 a done deal10 done and dusted be hard done by at hard2(6)
Examples from the Corpus
doneI think the hamburgers are done.The job's almost done.Well, I'm done. I'm going home.over and done withAll along, Astorre had been longing to get the campaign over and done with.Come on then, she shouted silently, let's get it over and done with!Her past was over and done with.None of which is to say that racism is over and done with.Now I've got to save up and get it over and done with.Now shall we get this over and done with?The party was greatly relieved to get the whole business over and done with.The servants glared angrily, eager to get the grisly business over and done with.
donedone3 interjection  AGREEused to agree to and accept the conditions of a deal ‘I’ll give you $90 for it.’ ‘Done!’