Phrasal verbs do You should do away with the old customs. Everyone in the meeting was trying to do me down.
Climbing those high peaks nearly did for me. Those rough gravel roads has really done for my car.
I made a mistake when I measured the room, I have to do it over. We want to do over the house next month.
Working all day in fact did me in. Obesity and overeating finally did him in.
We can do with very little spending money this week. There’s no cheese left, so I’m afraid you’ll just have to do without.