do the business

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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
References in classic literature ?
And when I had done the business at last, when I was wellnigh swooning myself with the work and the worry of it, guess--I give you leave to speak for this once--guess what were the first words the, lady said to me when she came to herself again.
Two hours after, all was over; we had done the business of both, admiring the foresight of our poor father, who had taken the precaution to bring each of us up in a different religion.
If the change be not from outward circumstances, it must be from within; it must be nature, man's nature, which has done the business for Captain Benwick.
If there had been at first two separate companies, one owning the telephone and the other the switchboard, neither could have done the business.
Becali didn't hang about this season and the holy man has already done the business.
Young has done the business world a great service by providing us with both the philosophical and practical underpinnings of the Caux Round Table's Principles for Business.
We were forced to make changes, but still had players who should have done the business.