do in v.
1. [late 19C+] to spend, to squander.
2. [late 19C–1900s] to steal; to rob.
3. [late 19C] (UK und.) to pawn.
4. [20C+] to kill, to murder.
5. [20C+] (Aus.) to defeat.
6. [20C+] in fig. use, to kill off; of food, to finish.
7. [late 19C-1900s] to break off, to abandon; to miss a train.
8. [1900s–50s] to make an error, to fail in some way.
9. [1910s+] to wear out, to exhaust.
10. [1910s+] to beat up.
11. [1930s+] of machinery, objects, to break or damage.
12. [1960s] (drugs) to consume.
13. to damage, to injure.
1. [20C+] to commit suicide.
2. [1930s] to put oneself in a deliberately unpleasant situation or position.
[1950s+] (also do someone’s head, do someone’s box in, do someone’s swede in) to upset, to disconcert.