Be done in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be done in
be done in (British, American & Australian informal) also be all done in (American)
to be too tired to do any more She was done in by the time she had cleared up after the party. I'm all done in - sorry, but I can't walk any further without a rest.
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Who is supposed to do not only what is listed in a job description but to plan ahead, to anticipate what is needed to be done in
the office to streamline ways of getting the job(s) done?
Modeling clothing can be done in
two ways: creating the objects that represent cloth with standard 3ds max modeling methods and then applying the clothfx modifier to it; or by designing virtual clothing patterns in a more traditional way (artists can even import spline patterns from external applications) and stitching together various virtual panels to form a full garment.