Traducción de doing en Español:

doing

Pronunciación /ˈduɪŋ//ˈduːɪŋ/

nombre

  • 1

    (action)
    it was all his mother's doing fue todo cosa de su madre
    • it was none of our doing nosotros no tuvimos nada que ver
  • 2doings plural

    (activities, events)
    actividades femenino
    • And some of those threats will emerge because of our own doings.
    • Cid had heard about the doings of his other friends by way of his parents back in Seattle.
    • Although the developments are not the outcome of our doings, our omissions have certainly contributed to the gravity of the situation.
    • We shall keep you well informed of their doings.
    • I'll write an account of my day and my doings on the train to Angouleme, tomorrow.
    • The problems in the education system cannot be explained simply as the doings of a handful of poor administrators.
    • In a way all of us are ill-prepared for suddenly some enormous spotlight coming on to us and onto our private lives, and onto our doings, and so on.
    • Once my brain has absorbed the week, and can regurgitate it coherently, I'll record my doings here as usual.
    • A methodical man, he kept a journal in which he made brief entries of all his doings.
    • He obviously thought I was about to report his evil doings to the MRT panel.
    • Well, it's wonderful the way in which the doings of American royalty are getting mixed on the show with those of British royalty.
    • The humorist kept the balance of satire by laughing at his own follies and doings.
    • His widow later said that in his last desperate days the only thing that cheered him were news reports of the doings of his two protégés.
    • So he walked 60 kilometres to the nearest town and reported his father's doings to the secret police.
    • I can't believe I got so caught up in my own doings I forgot the Fourth!
    • He has created a semi-official parallel administration within the White House and has fought like a tiger to keep his doings private.
    • Nineteenth-century scholars and 11th-century landowners may not have had much in common, but they did share a profound suspicion of the state and its financial doings.
    • Governments should not grant marriage licenses, or otherwise keep record of their citizens' private doings.
    • Another week, they watch a bird for 5 minutes or so and describe its doings.
    • While the doings of ‘private contractors’ still pop up in articles about prisoner abuse, what such mercenary outfits are up to on the home front is hardly ever mentioned.