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If you make a deal, do a deal, or cut a deal, you complete an agreement or an arrangement with someone, especially in business. [ business ] Japan will have to do a deal with America on rice imports.
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deal (one) in To include one in something. Often used in the imperative "deal me in." The phrase originated in card games, in which cards are distributed among the players by "dealing" them. If you guys are playing poker in there, deal me in! Bobby really wants to be involved in this project, so deal him in too. See also: deal deal in
Deal definition, to occupy oneself or itself (usually followed by with or in): Botany deals with the study of plants. He deals in generalities. See more.
Definition of deal is ክፍል, ክፍል፣ ብዛት. Translation of deal in Amharic. deal - ትርጉም
2: a usually large or indefinite quantity or degree a great deal of support a good deal faster 3 card games a : the act or right of distributing cards to players Its your deal .
3: to do something about (a person or thing that causes a problem or difficult situation) The government dealt harshly with the rebels.
Deal with definition, to occupy oneself or itself (usually followed by with or in): Botany deals with the study of plants. He deals in generalities. See more.
"No matter what deal you have going on, assume it will fall through. The predictive power of this simple rule is amazing. There will be a tendency, as a deal progresses, to start to believe it will happen, and then to depend on it happening.
deal with vb (tr, adverb) 1. to take action on: to deal with each problem in turn. 2. to punish: the headmaster will deal with the culprit. 3. to be concerned with: the book deals with Dutch art. 4. to conduct oneself (towards others), esp with regard to fairness: he can be relied on to deal fairly with everyone. 5. (Commerce) to do business