バートランド・ラッセル 英単語・熟語 d029

★ do with [(疑問代名詞 what を目的語として)どのようにして~を処理する,~を扱う;(can, could を伴って,否定・疑問文で)~で我慢する]

* be done with : ~と縁を切る
* have done with :~と縁を切る,~をすます

'Reason' has a perfectly clear and precise meaning. It signifies the choice of the right means to an end that you wish to achieve. It has nothing whatever to do with the choice of ends. But opponents of reason do not realize this, and think that advocates of rationality want reason to dictate ends as well as means.

Nothing is more fatiguing nor, in the long run, more exasperating than the daily effort to believe things which daily become more incredible. To be done with this effort is an indispensable condition of secure and lasting happiness.
* exasperate (v):人を怒らせる;(病気・苦痛・反感などを)つのらせる,悪化させる

For twenty-four hours I thought that I was not fit to live and contemplated suicide. But at the end of that time, a healthier reaction set in, and I decided to have done with such morbidness. When he said that I must preach his doctrines and not mine I rebelled, and told him to remember that he was no longer a school-master and I was not his pupil.

They talked about what they should do with the money. / I am quite done with her. / Have you done with the paper?

What did you do with my proposal?
 出典:『アナリシス英熟語3000 v.2.1』p.47]

What have you done with my pen?
[ 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporay English, new ed.]

What did you do with my book. / I can't do with waiting any longer.
[私の本をどうしましたか?/ もうこれ以上待つのはやりきれない。
 出典:Kenkyusha's New College English-Japanese Dictionary, 6th ed.]