||have lunch together, eat lunch
||We'll do lunch tomorrow, OK? Do you like salad?
||love me, make love to me
||Paul sang, "When she really done me, she done me good!"
|do me for/do me until
||supply me until, last me, tide me over
||"Got lots of shampoo?" "Enough to do me for a week or so."
|do me in
||kill me, knock me off
||I hope no one wants to do me in. I want to live a few more years.
|do or die
||last chance to win, it's now or never
||It's do or die. If we lose this game, we'll be out of the series.
|do the honors
||do the task for the leader, fill in for the leader
||The Mayor can't speak to us, so Mr. Kelly will do the honors.
|do the town
||celebrate or party all over town
||On July 1, we'll do the town. We'll really celebrate.
|do the trick
||solve the problem, help, that's the ticket
||If you need a lubricant, Vaseline will do the trick.
||be in prison, be in a penitentiary
||He's doing time for sexual assault. He's in for five years.
|do unto others as you would have them do unto you
||treat people the way you would like to be treated
||This is The Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."