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  1. Kazibei says:
    Don’t is a contraction of the words do not which means not to perform or complete an action. A don’t is something that should not be accomplished or completed. .
  2. Yoramar says:
    Don't is the earliest attested contraction of does not and until about was the standard spoken form in the U.S. (it survived as spoken standard longer in British English).
  3. Gugul says:
    Sep 29,  · Usage notes In the phrase " do's and don'ts " the first apostrophe is obviously incorrect, leading to this unusual construction, not used outside of that idiom (and minor plays on it.).
  4. Sabei says:
    Sep 10,  · Dos and don'ts is an especially unusual exception. The apostrophe in the contraction don't seems to make people want to use an apostrophe to make do plural (do's and don'ts), but then to be consistent, you'd also have to use an apostrophe to make don't plural, which becomes downright ugly (do's and don't's).
  5. Nakus says:
    Rules or customs concerning some activity, as in It's important to know the do's and don'ts of diplomatic receptions. This expression alludes to what one should and should not do or say.
  6. Vudolkis says:
    Dos and don'ts is an especially unusual exception. The apostrophe in the contraction doesn't seems to make people want to use an apostrophe to make do plural (do's and don'ts), but then to be consistent, you'd also have to use an apostrophe to make don't plural, which becomes downright ugly (do's and .
  7. Dodal says:
    do's and don'ts The general rules and regulations of a given activity, operation, or situation. Before you begin your first day working for us, there are a few important do's and don'ts that I need to familiarize you with. Tom doesn't understand the basic do's and don'ts of social etiquette.
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