deal with = manage a problem; take care of a situation.
In business, sometimes it’s very difficult to deal with the pressure of a deadline.
*deadline = the date or time when something must be finished.
Life is very difficult sometimes. You just have to deal with it!
do (food) = have food (usually lunch) and meet to discuss something important.
They do lunch every Friday.
do in = to kill or be killed
Although he tried to fight them off, the man was done in by his captors.
do over = do something again; repeat.
George got really angry when he forgot to save his work on his computer and then had to do it over.
draw attention to = to have other people look at something or someone
He enjoys drawing attention to himself by showing everyone how good he is at rollerblading.
drive (someone) crazy = to cause problems; to make someone angry or mad.
Her husband drives her crazy when he reads the morning newspaper and doesn’t talk to her.
due to – because of; for this reason
We had to find a new way of getting to work due to the collapse of the bridge.