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British pronunciation/dˈuː az ˌɛsbˈiː plˈiːz/
American pronunciation/dˈuː æz ˌɛsbˈiː plˈiːz/
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to perform any activity in the way that one prefers, paying no attention to what others might say or think about one

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to [do] as {sb} [please] definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "do as one pleases" and when to use it?

The idiom "do as one pleases" is a common expression that has been used in the English language for centuries. Its origin can be traced to the Middle English period, where the word "please" was derived from the Old French word "plaisir," meaning "to please" or "to satisfy." It is often used in discussions about personal choices, lifestyle preferences, and decision-making processes.

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In the future, she will continue to do as she pleases, living life on her own terms.
They do as they please, following their own path in life.
The artist does as he pleases, creating unconventional and thought-provoking artwork.
They will do as they please, unburdened by societal expectations.
She did as she pleased during her vacation, exploring new places and trying new experiences.
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