do somebody good

do good

1. To have a positive effect on someone. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "do" and "good." If you're feeling sad, getting out in the sunlight should do you good.
2. To focus one's energy on philanthropic acts. Monica has always been one to do good, so I'm not surprised to hear that she joined the Peace Corps.
See also: good
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do somebody ˈgood

help somebody; have a good effect on somebody: A trip to the beach would do you a lot of good.
See also: good, somebody
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