do with (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb do with (1).

Meaning: to put something somewhere

For example:

  • do with sth I can't remember what I did with my phone. Have you seen it anywhere?

  • do with sth What did you do with the newspaper? Did you leave it outside?

Note: Usually used in a question or in a negative statement.

Quick Quiz:

I can't remember what I did with my glasses. Where did I

a. do them?

b. leave them?

c. buy them?

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