Left Ear (who is an explosives expert, but deaf in his right ear) : Okay, party people, here's the status. It's an anti-scaling fence. It's hardened, electro-plated steel. Yeah, I'm gonna have to paint that up with some nitromin.
Charlie: Security on the property?
Left Ear: Got an armed guard here. Little rent-a-cop, with a 9mm on his hip. But that booth, security booth look prime for a chemical grenade.
Lyle: Nitromin, chemical grenades, that stuff is pretty hard to come by.
Left Ear: Yeah, Lyle, it's a bear market...Sh*t. This dude got dogs. I don't do dogs. I had a real bad experience, man.
Charlie: What happened?
Left Ear: I had a bad experience. Da*n it. I'm deaf!
-- The Italian Job 2003
This scene occurs when Left Ear stays in his car surveilling Steve's house with professional binoculars.
I guess do here means deal with/handle. I checked the dictionaries but couldn't find any entries for this usage. Is this informal? Any other verbs which could be used to replace it?
Can you please give me a few more examples to help me gain a better understanding of it?