do stuff

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do (one's) stuff

To do something that one is known to be skilled at. Maria is usually nervous before getting on stage, but once she goes out there and does her stuff, she's great—everyone always loves her presentations. OK, I'll get out of the way so you can do your stuff in the kitchen.
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do stuff

To do non-specific tasks or activities. In this usage, a person is not stated between "do" and "stuff." Sorry I missed your call, I was doing stuff in the basement.
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"I've done stuff over the last few years with Oli Stevenson, the fitness coach, trying to make myself the best professional as possible.
This year I've done stuff I never imagined and it's all thanks to you guys.
Sure, you've done some great stuff, but you've also done stuff that God's not too happy about.
I just like the way it makes you feel, it just takes everything away and you just end up going with anyone but I don't know who it is and I wake up the next morning knowing that I have been raped or done stuff that I never would do if I was sober.
I love Kate, but she has done stuff which is just awful," Bill writes in his book.
Barrs Hill School pupil Luke Apsley, 15, said: "We've done stuff with forensics and been calculating how people die.
"They had apparently done stuff in year six of primary school so it was no big deal to them.
TOBY ANSTIS "I've done stuff with him before when he was in the broom cupboard with Andi Peters but he probably won't remember.
"She's done stuff about relationships with men, and this has driven some people crazy--they want their lesbians pure--but I really admire her commitment to the movement and her willingness to put herself out there at the risk of her career."
"I love Kate, but she has done stuff which is just awful," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
He said: "Everyone else has done stuff outside the group.
"But for me it's normal because I've done stuff like that it since I was 15 to be different.
General manager Anil Patel said: "We've done stuff with other charities like the Edwards Trust, which is based in Birmingham, and we thought it would be good to do something more local."
"We've already done stuff there and got recognition but we haven't made a serious go of it yet.