- v. 做；干（do的ing形式）
- n. 活动；所作所为
- 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.
- 2. It is a sneaky and underhand way of doing business.
- 3. On her own ground she knows exactly what she's doing.
- 4. Other countries retained their traditional and habitual ways of doing things.
- 5. She is currently doing a business studies course at Leeds.
[ doing 造句 ]