10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DO ONE'S STUFF»
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Rajpal Dictionary Of English Idioms & Phrases
... level best to help you Do one's part: Do something allotted to one * I have
already done my part assigned to me Do one's stuff: Do what one can do * After
having done his stuff he took rest Do one's worst: To do one's utmost in evil or
Cassell's Dictionary of Slang
[DO v.' (1) + TIME n.'] do one's pegs v. [1940s] (Aus.) to become angry, excited or
anxious. do one's scone v. [1940s+] (Aus./N.Z.) to lose one's temper (with
someone). [SCONE n.2] do one's stuff v. 1 [mid-17C+] to perform as one is
English-Albanian Dictionary of Idioms
... jap kontributin tim □ The delegate explained to him how it depended upon
their being able to get every man to join and stand by the organization, and so
Jurgis signified that he was willing to do his share. do one's stuff do sb credit do
The Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang
... see DO ONE'S STUFF. stuff, good, see STUFF, n., 3. stuff, hot, see HOT STUFF.
stuff, know one's, see DO ONE'S STUFF. stuff on the ball, put . To make the ball
break: cricketers': ca 1880–1905. For stuff we now say work and for put we ...
The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms
... or woman: He went to the party with a very flashy looking bit of stuff he had
picked up in a pub. do one's stuff (in/) to perform in the expected way, or show
what one can do: They watched, him while he did his stuff on the trapeze. get
Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick, C. M. Schwarz, 1993
Chambers concise dictionary
[14c: from French estoffe, from estoffer to provide what is necessary] ♢ a bit of stuff
colloq a person considered as a sexual object, do one's stuff colloq 1 to display
one's talent or skill. 2 to perform the task that one is required to do. know one's ...
ttlESfSS ! «rt#£f ! tftlf f-Ufq^M?^^ □ ) ft ! * subject to 1. lil-S^ft ; &-M£ (My • to do
one's stuff (P)— M^^f ! parents said I could go with you, subject ¥-$£f£ (Tom,
come on, do vour stuff] Ws to my teacher's approval. ftcM^^H *S > 5f5»E ...
Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance
See ivories. struggle-buggy Ford automobile. strut one's stuff See do one's stuff.
struttin' A slangy shortening of “strutting”; walking in a flamboyant or jaunty
manner, as in “He was draped down and struttin' down LENOX AVENUE.” stuff 1.
Aberjhani., Sandra L. West, 2003
A Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English
See bit of stuff; do (one's) stuff; hot stuff; MOVING-PICTURE SLANG, §6 in
Appendix; that's the stuff (to give the troops)! stuff, v.t.; stuff up. To hoax, humbug,
befool (cf. cram in same sense):?orig. (1844) US, in form stuff up; English by
1859 as ...
Sterling Dictionary of Idioms
STUD at stud (of a stallion) available for breeding on payment of a fee put
something out to stud keep a horse for breeding STUFF do one's stuff show what
one can do It is your duty to protect him, so do your stuff stuff and nonsense (used