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    Smile What does "do a book" mean?

    "But I'm not on vacation-Im travel writer, I'm doing a book on mountains in North America."
    I can't understand the meaning"do a book". Please explain the meaning of "do a book" to me.

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    Re: What does "do a book" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuyu0615 View Post
    "…But I'm not on vacation-I’m travel writer, I'm doing a book on mountains in North America."
    I can't understand the meaning"do a book". Please explain the meaning of "do a book" to me.
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    Do a book means get all the stuff needed to create a book, and then write and publish it.

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    Re: What does "do a book" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuyu0615 View Post
    "But I'm not on vacation-Im travel writer, I'm doing a book on mountains in North America."
    I can't understand the meaning"do a book". Please explain the meaning of "do a book" to me.
    He is preparing/writing a book.

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    Re: What does "do a book" mean?

    Thank you ,engee30,fivejedjon.Threr are a lot of meanings of "do" in the dictionary.I understand i"do"="write" in this sentence.

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    Re: What does "do a book" mean?

    In its widest sense, including research, etc.

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    Re: What does "do a book" mean?

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    You can use the verb "do" to mean "to create or produce (something)".

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    Smile Re: What does "do a book" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
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    You can use the verb "do" to mean "to create or produce (something)".
    That's a really good online dictionary. I didn't know of it until now. Thanks.

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