>DO IN (1)


do (somebody) in = kill (somebody)


  • The gang did the poor man in.
  • He was done in by a ruthless gang of smugglers.
  • They did him in with a gun.
  • Sometimes people threaten reporters to do them in if they reveal their secrets.
  • The man who did the woman in was arrested by the police yesterday.
  • When her mother died she went through a terrible period. She even felt like doing herself in but she was able to recover with the help of friends and a doctor.
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