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I would like to ask if saying (figuratively) something like "We can do a surgery on this object so that ...". My question is about the phrase "to do a surgery on"; does that make sense to American native ears?
In English, you sometimes hear "do surgery on" but, more typically, we'd say "perform surgery on."
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