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do it

vb. 1 (context colloquial English) To be appealing to. 2 (context slang euphemistic English) To have sex. 3 (cx colloquial usually in the past tense English) to succeed in doing something, usually something difficult

do it

v. have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?" [syn: roll in the hay, love, make out, make love, sleep with, get laid, have sex, know, be intimate, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, screw, fuck, jazz, eff, hump, lie with, bed, have a go at it, bang, get it on, bonk]

Do It

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Do It (Nelly Furtado song)

"Do It" is a song by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado from her third studio album Loose (2006). It was written by Furtado, Tim "Timbaland" Mosley and Nate "Danja" Hills, and produced by the former pair and Jim Beanz. The song features a prominent influence of 1980s dance music and sexually suggestive lyrics, in which the song's protagonist asks a lover to satisfy her sexually. Alongside a remix featuring Missy Elliott, the song was released as the fifth single from the album in North America in July 2007.

Critically, "Do It" received mostly mixed reviews from music critics, with many criticizing the sexually suggestive lyrics. Commercially, "Do It" reached the top twenty in Canada and was a number-one dance hit in the United States, where it became Furtado's lowest peaking single on the Billboard Hot 100; it reached higher positions on charts on mainland Europe.

The music video for "Do It" was directed by Aaron A. (the documentarian on Furtado's Get Loose Tour), and co-directed by Furtado. The filming had taken place on location in Detroit. The video was premiered on MuchMusic on 13 July 2007, and on MTV's Total Request Live on 1 August 2007.

In January 2007, it was revealed that Timbaland plagiarized the synth line in "Do It" from an earlier track by Finnish demoscener Janne Suni and Glenn Rune Gallefoss.

Do It (Rasheeda song)

"Do It" is a song by rapper Rasheeda, released as the first single from her debut album Dirty South. It features Pastor Troy, Quebo Gold and Re Re.

Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)

"Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)" is the name of a popular song by funk group B. T. Express, written by group member Billy Nichols. Released from the debut album of the same title, the song became a great "crossover" success. The song is noted for its hand claps at the beginning, as well as the spoken portion in the middle of the song. The short version was less than 3 minutes, while the long version is over 5 minutes in length. The single was rated #1 of the R&B singles chart for a week during the autumn of 1974 and was rated #2 of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for two weeks. The single was an early disco hit peaking at number eight on the disco/dance charts. The song was used as the opening theme for the late night talk show The Mo'Nique Show weeknights on Black Entertainment Television.

Do It (TV series)

Do It is an Australian weekly half-hour lifestyle television program broadcast on the Nine Network. Premiering at on Sunday 5 November 2006, it is currently broadcast on Saturday afternoon at .

The program is hosted by Luke van Dyck, a third generation builder who has previously appeared on other lifestyle programs such Renovation Rescue and DIY Rescue.

The program covers a whole range of home improvement projects where each step is outlined so that viewers can carry out the task themselves around their own home. The program is supported by their website where detailed guides for each project are available.

Do It ('Til You're Satisfied) (album)

Do It ('Til You're Satisfied) is the debut album by the Brooklyn, New York band B.T. Express. Released in 1974 on Scepter Records. The album would chart number one on the R&B charts and number five on the Pop charts. It would also include the number one Soul Single, " Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)".

Do It (Rollins Band album)

Do It is the first EP after the first full-length album Life Time from Rollins Band, fronted by ex- Black Flag singer, Henry Rollins.

Do It was originally released in 1987 and included three studio recordings (1-3) and 6 live tracks recorded in Deventer, the Netherlands October 22, 1987 (5-10). The three studio tracks are Pink Fairies, Velvet Underground and Louis Prima & Sam Butera covers, produced by Ian MacKaye, well known in the genre of hardcore punk for his work with Minor Threat and as co-owner of the Dischord record label.

The record was subsequently re-mastered and re-released in 2007 with additional live tracks from the Fall 1987 Tour. These include the addition of the introductory track titled "Joe Is Everything, Everything Is Joe" (which refers to Rollins' roommate Joe Cole), two live tracks from Kortrijk, Belgium (11-12), two live tracks from London, England (13-14) and the final track from Ravensburg, Germany (15). Six more tracks from the same tour can be found on the rare Split Live LP with the Dutch noise band Gore from a show recorded at El Mocambo in Toronto, Ontario on May 17, 1987. The three studio tracks were also included in the re-mastered package of the Life Time album.

Usage examples of "do it".

That scared me plenty, because he looked small enough to do it if he wanted to, and a couple of big guys like us would never have been able to follow him.

I don't think he can do it to me unless I let him in, or unless I'm unprepared.

And the most despicable thing is that Tak has used what the child loves to do its killing.

If I can't make my name as an independent, I don't want to do it at all.

Lots of people do it and I'm not the first woman to take on a dangerous job.

And she had only three months left in which to do it Three months to convince Kit she was ready to scout, to tackle an unknown gate, to come back with proof of her success.

Now all we have to do is try to find margo -- and beat ninety-percent odds if we don't do it in a week.

If someone had told him a ten-year-old crew child could do it better, he would have been hurt.