See also: ido, Ido, idō, īdõ, idő, and -ido

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I do

  1. A traditional phrase said upon acceptance of marriage.
    • 2003, Joanne Kimes; Sanford A. Tisherman, Pregnancy Sucks: What to Do when Your Miracle Makes you Miserable, →ISBN, page 101:
      They'd been pushing for me to get pregnant ever since I said "I do." And now that I was, do you think they were happy? No way.
    • 2008, Mary Holmes, Gender and Everyday Life, →ISBN, page 75:
      When she said ‘I do’ at the altar she was deemed to have made herself sexually available to her husband whenever he might wish.
  2. Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see I,‎ do.

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