doing

英 ['duːɪŋ] 美 ['duɪŋ]
  • v. 做;干(do的ing形式)
  • n. 活动;所作所为
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doing (n.)
early 13c., verbal noun from do (v.). From c. 1600-1800 it also was a euphemism for "copulation."
1. She laboured under the illusion that I knew what I was doing.
她有一个错觉,以为我知道自己在做什么。

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2. It is a sneaky and underhand way of doing business.
这种做生意的方式偷偷摸摸,遮遮掩掩。

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3. On her own ground she knows exactly what she's doing.
她在自己熟悉的领域里对自己的行为有十足的把握。

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4. Other countries retained their traditional and habitual ways of doing things.
其他国家仍然保持着他们做事的传统和习惯。

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5. She is currently doing a business studies course at Leeds.
她目前在利兹大学修读一门商科课程。

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