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DIY

or D.I.Y.

[ dee-ahy-wahy ]
/ ˈdiˈaɪˈwaɪ /
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abbreviation, adjective, noun

do-it-yourself: DIY house decorating;The new couple who bought the apartment next door are very nice, but their DIY makes quite a racket.

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British Dictionary definitions for DIY

DIY

d.i.y.


abbreviation for (in Britain and Canada)

do-it-yourself

Derived forms of DIY

DIYer, noun
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