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do the business

1. To accomplish what needs to be done in a particular situation. You can always count on Rebecca to do the business if a situation has gone awry.
2. slang To have sexual intercourse. I did go back to his place, but we didn't do the business, if that's what you're implying!
See also: business

do the business

1 do what is required or expected; achieve the desired result. British informal 2 have sexual intercourse. vulgar slang
See also: business
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Still, with loan signing Michael Chopra doing the business for them Barnsley are ready to click into gear.
Doing the bookkeeping, paying the bills, and just doing the business plan was harder for us than designing clothing," says Ronald.
We couldn't afford to continue doing the business we were doing at the rates we were being paid,'' Abraham said.
It's a whole mixed bag as to who's doing the business," Friedman said.
Our aim is to provide clear, easy-to-use, online services that save people time and money in doing the business that is important to them," said Geoffrey Edmunds, Chairman of JCI Technologies.