Do Away With

How to Conjugate Do Away With

  • Infinitive: Do Away With
  • Present Tense: Do Away With/ Does Away With
  • -ing Form: Doing Away With
  • Past Tense: Did Away With
  • Past Participle: Done Away With
Do Away With is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Do Away With:

1. To dispose of something.

Examples: Spring cleaning is the perfect time to do away with things you no longer use.
I had to do away with everything I was wearing after the skunk sprayed me.

2. To kill someone.

Examples: The king ordered his men to do away with the thieves.
The mob will do away with anyone who tries to betray them.

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