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Noun
Plural for an agreement entered into by two or more parties, especially commercially or politically
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“We had a deal that you would do the dishes while I did the vacuuming.”
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Plural for a commercial transaction
“The deal was for a bunch of bananas in exchange for citrus fruits.”
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Plural for a significant or considerable amount
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“There was a great deal of money to be made and everybody wanted a piece of it.”
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Plural for the situation or state of affairs
“What exactly is the deal with the project as of now?”
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Plural for one's circumstances, especially when it is out of one's control
“We may believe we've been given a bad deal in life, but we don't realize the power we really have within ourselves!”
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Plural for a distribution of playing cards during a game
“I think I might fold with this deal.”
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Plural for a strategy worked out in advance to achieve a goal
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Plural for a thing bought or offered for sale much more cheaply than is usual or expected
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Plural for a thing that is granted, especially in response to demands and by compromise
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Plural for an official agreement intended to resolve a dispute or conflict
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Plural for something that is worth acquiring for its potential benefits
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Plural for a undertaking, typically one that involves risk
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Plural for the action or process of investing money for profit
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Plural for a giving or taking of one thing of value in return for another as part of commerce
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Plural for a long, thin, flat piece of timber, used especially in building and flooring
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Plural for an expression of readiness to do or give something if desired
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Plural for a system supplying a public need
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Plural for a chance or possibility for progress or profit
Verb
(deal in) To take part in the commercial trading of a particular commodity
“The new company will deal in all kinds of baby products from newborn kids up to schoolgoers.”
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To engage in commercial negotiations
“It was hard work trying to deal with that tight-fisted scrooge.”
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To distribute, usually by dividing in portions
“After all players have made their bets, the dealer will deal the cards.”
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(deal with) To handle or take action on a given issue
“He explores constructive ways to deal with adversity while embracing it.”
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To be concerned with
“Through research and study, you will produce a report that will deal in depth with the chosen topic.”
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To deliver to or impose on, especially something unpleasant
“The government's decision to raise fuel taxes would deal a blow to many of its citizens.”
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To try to cope with
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To succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level
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Operate, administer
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To pay out, usually from a public fund or treasury
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To engage in communication with
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To settle a dispute by mutual concession
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Transfer illegal goods
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To discuss together
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To command the doing of by one's authority
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Intervene in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation
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To distribute or spread over a wide area
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