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doit

[ doit ]
/ dɔɪt /
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noun
Also duit [doit, dahyt] /dɔɪt, daɪt/ . an old small copper coin of the Netherlands and Dutch colonies, first issued in the 17th century.
a bit or trifle.
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Origin of doit

First recorded in 1585–95, doit is from the Dutch word duit
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British Dictionary definitions for doit

doit
/ (dɔɪt) /

noun
a former small copper coin of the Netherlands
a trifle

Word Origin for doit

C16: from Middle Dutch duit
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