When you're done, perhaps I can say something.
I'll be glad when this job is over and done with .
The meat isn't quite done yet.
socially acceptable, especially among people who have a strict set of social rules
At school, it simply wasn't done to show that you cared for anything except cricket.
to be in a very bad situation; to be certain to fail
Unless we start making some sales, we're done for.
When he pointed the gun at me, I thought I was done for (= about to die) .
to be caught and punished for doing sth illegal but not too serious
I got done for speeding on my way back.
to be extremely tired
to be socially acceptable behaviour
to have finished dealing with sb, or doing or using sth
If you've done with that magazine, can I have a look at it?
an agreement or a plan that has been finally completed or agreed
The merger is by no means a done deal yet.
That's my article for the magazine done and dusted.
to do sth unpleasant as quickly as possible, so that it is finished
Why not tell her you're quitting and have done with it?
to be or feel unfairly treated
She has every right to feel hard done by─her parents have given her nothing.
used to say that sth was, or will be, done immediately
used to show that you accept an offer
‘I'll give you lb800 for it.’ ‘Done!’