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deal 1

 (dēl)
v. dealt (dĕlt), deal·ing, deals
v.tr.
1. To give out in shares or portions; apportion: a critic who deals out as much praise as blame. See Synonyms at distribute.
2. Games
a. To distribute (playing cards) among players.
b. To give (a specific card) to a player while so distributing.
3. To sell: deal prescriptions; deal cocaine.
4. To administer; deliver: dealt him a blow to the stomach.
v.intr.
1. To be occupied or concerned: a book that deals with the Middle Ages.
2. To behave in a specified way toward another or others; have transactions: deal honestly with competitors.
3. To take action with respect to someone or something: The committee will deal with this complaint.
4. Informal To cope: I can't deal with all of this arguing!
5. To do business; trade: dealing in diamonds.
6. Games To distribute playing cards.
7. Slang To buy and sell drugs, especially illegally.
8. Baseball To throw a pitch.
n.
1. The act or a round of apportioning or distributing.
2. Games
a. Distribution of playing cards.
b. The cards so distributed; a hand.
c. The right or turn of a player to distribute the cards.
d. The playing of one hand.
3. An indefinite quantity, extent, or degree: has a great deal of experience.
4.
a. An agreement, especially one that is mutually beneficial. See Synonyms at agreement.
b. A business transaction: struck a deal to buy a car dealership.
c. A legal contract: signed a deal to play for a new team.
5. Informal A sale favorable especially to the buyer; a bargain.
6. Informal Treatment received: a raw deal; a fair deal.
7. Informal The situation or background information regarding something: What's the deal with the new teacher?
Phrasal Verbs:
deal in
1. To include (someone) in a card game by dealing cards to that person.
2. To include (someone) in an enterprise or undertaking.
deal out
1. To exclude (someone) from a card game by not giving cards to that person.
2. To exclude (someone) from an enterprise or undertaking.

[Middle English delen, from Old English dǣlan, to divide, share; see dail- in Indo-European roots.]

deal 2

 (dēl)
n.
1.
a. A fir or pine board cut to standard dimensions.
b. Such boards or planks considered as a group.
2. Fir or pine wood.

[Middle English dele, from Middle Dutch and Middle Low German dele, plank.]

deal

(diːl)
vb, deals, dealing or dealt (dɛlt)
1. (Commerce) (foll by: in) to engage (in) commercially: to deal in upholstery.
2. (Card Games) (often foll by out) to apportion (something, such as cards) to a number of people; distribute
3. (tr) to give (a blow) to (someone); inflict
4. (Commerce) (intr) slang to sell any illegal drug
n
5. informal a bargain, transaction, or agreement
6. a particular type of treatment received, esp as the result of an agreement: a fair deal.
7. an indefinite amount, extent, or degree (esp in the phrases good or great deal)
8. (Card Games) cards
a. the process of distributing the cards
b. a player's turn to do this
c. a single round in a card game
9. See big deal
10. (Commerce) cut a deal informal chiefly US to come to an arrangement; make a deal. See also deal with
11. cut a deal informal chiefly US to come to an arrangement; make a deal. See also deal with
12. the real deal informal a person or thing seen as being authentic and not inferior in any way
[Old English dǣlan, from dǣl a part; compare Old High German teil a part, Old Norse deild a share]

deal

(diːl)
n
1. (Forestry) a plank of softwood timber, such as fir or pine, or such planks collectively
2. (Forestry) the sawn wood of various coniferous trees, such as that from the Scots pine (red deal) or from the Norway Spruce (white deal)
adj
(Forestry) of fir or pine
[C14: from Middle Low German dele plank; see thill]

Deal

(diːl)
n
(Placename) a town in SE England, in Kent, on the English Channel: two 16th-century castles: tourism, light industries. Pop: 96 670 (2003 est)

deal1

(dil)

v. dealt, deal•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to occupy oneself or itself (usu. fol. by with or in): Botany deals with the study of plants.
2. to take action with respect to a thing or person (fol. by with): Law courts must deal with such culprits.
3. to conduct oneself toward persons.
4. to trade or do business (fol. by with or in): to deal in used cars.
5. to distribute, esp. the cards in a game.
6. Slang. to buy and sell drugs illegally.
v.t.
7. to give to one as a share; apportion.
8.
a. to distribute among a number of recipients, as the cards required in a game.
b. to give a player (a specific card) in dealing.
9. to deliver; administer: to deal a blow.
10. Slang. to buy and sell (drugs) illegally.
11. deal off,
a. to deal the final hand of a poker game.
b. Slang. to get rid of or trade (something or someone) in a transaction.
n.
12. a business transaction.
13. a bargain or arrangement for mutual advantage: the best deal in town.
14. a secret or underhand agreement or bargain: They had to make some deals to get the bill passed.
15. Informal. treatment received in dealing with another: to get a raw deal.
16. an indefinite but large quantity (usu. prec. by good or great): a great deal of money.
17.
a. the distribution of cards to the players in a game.
b. the set of cards in one's hand.
c. the turn of a player to deal.
18. an act of dealing or distributing.
Idioms:
deal someone in, Slang. to include someone.
[before 900; Middle English delen, Old English dǣlan, derivative of dǣl part, c. Old High German teil Old Norse deill; (definition 16)]

deal2

(dil)

n.
1. a board or plank, esp. of fir or pine, cut to any of various standard sizes.
2. fir or pine wood.
[1375–1425; late Middle English dele < Middle Low German or Middle Dutch: plank, floor, c. Old English thille]

deal

1. 'a great deal' and 'a good deal'

A great deal or a good deal of something is a lot of it. A great deal is more common than a good deal.

There was a great deal of concern about energy shortages.
She drank a good deal of coffee with him in his office.

Be Careful!
These expressions can only be used with uncountable nouns. You can talk, for example, about a great deal of money, but not about 'a great deal of apples'.

If you do something a great deal or a good deal, you spend a lot of time doing it.

They talked a great deal.
2. 'deal with'

When you deal with something, you give it your attention and often solve a problem concerning it.

They learned to deal with any sort of emergency.

The past tense and -ed participle of deal is dealt /delt/.

When they had dealt with the fire, another crisis arose.
Any queries will be dealt with immediately.

If a book, speech, or film deals with a particular subject, it is concerned with it.

Chapter 2 deals with contemporary Paris.
The film deals with a strange encounter between two soldiers.

deal


Past participle: dealt
Gerund: dealing

Imperative
deal
deal
Present
I deal
you deal
he/she/it deals
we deal
you deal
they deal
Preterite
I dealt
you dealt
he/she/it dealt
we dealt
you dealt
they dealt
Present Continuous
I am dealing
you are dealing
he/she/it is dealing
we are dealing
you are dealing
they are dealing
Present Perfect
I have dealt
you have dealt
he/she/it has dealt
we have dealt
you have dealt
they have dealt
Past Continuous
I was dealing
you were dealing
he/she/it was dealing
we were dealing
you were dealing
they were dealing
Past Perfect
I had dealt
you had dealt
he/she/it had dealt
we had dealt
you had dealt
they had dealt
Future
I will deal
you will deal
he/she/it will deal
we will deal
you will deal
they will deal
Future Perfect
I will have dealt
you will have dealt
he/she/it will have dealt
we will have dealt
you will have dealt
they will have dealt
Future Continuous
I will be dealing
you will be dealing
he/she/it will be dealing
we will be dealing
you will be dealing
they will be dealing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dealing
you have been dealing
he/she/it has been dealing
we have been dealing
you have been dealing
they have been dealing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dealing
you will have been dealing
he/she/it will have been dealing
we will have been dealing
you will have been dealing
they will have been dealing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dealing
you had been dealing
he/she/it had been dealing
we had been dealing
you had been dealing
they had been dealing
Conditional
I would deal
you would deal
he/she/it would deal
we would deal
you would deal
they would deal
Past Conditional
I would have dealt
you would have dealt
he/she/it would have dealt
we would have dealt
you would have dealt
they would have dealt
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deal - a particular instance of buying or sellingdeal - a particular instance of buying or selling; "it was a package deal"; "I had no further trade with him"; "he's a master of the business deal"
transaction, dealing, dealings - the act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities); "no transactions are possible without him"; "he has always been honest is his dealings with me"
arms deal - a deal to provide military arms
penny ante - a business deal on a trivial scale
2.deal - an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of eachdeal - an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each; "he made a bargain with the devil"; "he rose to prominence through a series of shady deals"
agreement, understanding - the statement (oral or written) of an exchange of promises; "they had an agreement that they would not interfere in each other's business"; "there was an understanding between management and the workers"
3.deal - (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extentdeal - (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"; "it must have cost plenty"; "a slew of journalists"; "a wad of money"
large indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size or magnitude
deluge, flood, inundation, torrent - an overwhelming number or amount; "a flood of requests"; "a torrent of abuse"
haymow - a mass of hay piled up in a barn for preservation
4.deal - a plank of softwood (fir or pine board)
plank, board - a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes
5.deal - wood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir)
wood - the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
pulpwood - softwood used to make paper
6.deal - the cards held in a card game by a given player at any given time; "I didn't hold a good hand all evening"; "he kept trying to see my hand"
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
long suit - in a hand, the suit having the most cards
bridge hand - the cards held in a game of bridge
poker hand - the 5 cards held in a game of poker
7.deal - the type of treatment received (especially as the result of an agreement); "he got a good deal on his car"
final result, outcome, resultant, termination, result - something that results; "he listened for the results on the radio"
fair deal, square deal - fair treatment
raw deal - unfair treatment
8.deal - the act of distributing playing cards; "the deal was passed around the table clockwise"
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
distribution - the act of distributing or spreading or apportioning
misdeal - an incorrect deal
9.deal - the act of apportioning or distributing something; "the captain was entrusted with the deal of provisions"
apportioning, apportionment, parceling, parcelling, assignation, allocation, allotment - the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
new deal - a reapportioning of something
Verb1.deal - act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression; "This book deals with incest"; "The course covered all of Western Civilization"; "The new book treats the history of China"
broach, initiate - bring up a topic for discussion
theologise, theologize - treat from a theological viewpoint or render theological in character
discourse, discuss, talk about - to consider or examine in speech or writing; "The author talks about the different aspects of this question"; "The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'"
do by, treat, handle - interact in a certain way; "Do right by her"; "Treat him with caution, please"; "Handle the press reporters gently"
embrace, encompass, comprehend, cover - include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory; "This group encompasses a wide range of people from different backgrounds"; "this should cover everyone in the group"
2.deal - take into consideration for exemplifying purposes; "Take the case of China"; "Consider the following case"
contemplate - consider as a possibility; "I contemplated leaving school and taking a full-time job"
trifle, dally, play - consider not very seriously; "He is trifling with her"; "She plays with the thought of moving to Tasmania"
think about - have on one's mind, think about actively; "I'm thinking about my friends abroad"; "She always thinks about her children first"
abstract - consider apart from a particular case or instance; "Let's abstract away from this particular example"
warm to - become excited about; "He warmed to the idea of a trip to Antarctica"
3.deal - take action with respect to (someone or something); "How are we going to deal with this problem?"; "The teacher knew how to deal with these lazy students"
act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"
4.deal - come to terms with; "We got by on just a gallon of gas"; "They made do on half a loaf of bread every day"
act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"
extemporize, improvise - manage in a makeshift way; do with whatever is at hand; "after the hurricane destroyed our house, we had to improvise for weeks"
fend - try to manage without help; "The youngsters had to fend for themselves after their parents died"
hack, cut - be able to manage or manage successfully; "I can't hack it anymore"; "she could not cut the long days in the office"
rub along, scrape along, scrape by, scratch along, squeak by, squeeze by - manage one's existence barely; "I guess I can squeeze by on this lousy salary"
cope with, match, meet - satisfy or fulfill; "meet a need"; "this job doesn't match my dreams"
5.deal - administer or bestow, as in small portionsdeal - administer or bestow, as in small portions; "administer critical remarks to everyone present"; "dole out some money"; "shell out pocket money for the children"; "deal a blow to someone"; "the machine dispenses soft drinks"
give - transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody; "I gave her my money"; "can you give me lessons?"; "She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care"
allot, portion, assign - give out; "We were assigned new uniforms"
reallot - allot again; "They were realloted additional farm land"
deal - distribute cards to the players in a game; "Who's dealing?"
apply, give - give or convey physically; "She gave him First Aid"; "I gave him a punch in the nose"
6.deal - do businessdeal - do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood; "She deals in gold"; "The brothers sell shoes"
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
push - sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs); "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs"
transact - conduct business; "transact with foreign governments"
deal - sell; "deal hashish"
black marketeer - deal on the black market
pyramid - use or deal in (as of stock or commercial transaction) in a pyramid deal
market - deal in a market
hawk, huckster, monger, peddle, vend, pitch - sell or offer for sale from place to place
sell - be sold at a certain price or in a certain way; "These books sell like hot cakes"
merchandise, trade - engage in the trade of; "he is merchandising telephone sets"
deal out, dish out, dispense, distribute, dole out, mete out, parcel out, shell out, lot, administer, allot, deal - administer or bestow, as in small portions; "administer critical remarks to everyone present"; "dole out some money"; "shell out pocket money for the children"; "deal a blow to someone"; "the machine dispenses soft drinks"
7.deal - be in charge of, act on, or dispose ofdeal - be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
administer, administrate - work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of; "administer a program"; "she administers the funds"
organize, organise - cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
work - cause to operate or function; "This pilot works the controls"; "Can you work an electric drill?"
come to grips, get to grips - deal with (a problem or a subject); "I still have not come to grips with the death of my parents"
dispose of - deal with or settle; "He disposed of these cases quickly"
take care, mind - be in charge of or deal with; "She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
coordinate - bring into common action, movement, or condition; "coordinate the painters, masons, and plumbers"; "coordinate his actions with that of his colleagues"; "coordinate our efforts"
juggle - deal with simultaneously; "She had to juggle her job and her children"
process - deal with in a routine way; "I'll handle that one"; "process a loan"; "process the applicants"
mismanage, misconduct, mishandle - manage badly or incompetently; "The funds were mismanaged"
direct - be in charge of
control, command - exercise authoritative control or power over; "control the budget"; "Command the military forces"
carry on, conduct, deal - direct the course of; manage or control; "You cannot conduct business like this"
touch - deal with; usually used with a form of negation; "I wouldn't touch her with a ten-foot pole"; "The local Mafia won't touch gambling"
8.deal - behave in a certain way towards others; "He deals fairly with his employees"
deport, comport, acquit, behave, conduct, bear, carry - behave in a certain manner; "She carried herself well"; "he bore himself with dignity"; "They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
9.deal - distribute cards to the players in a game; "Who's dealing?"
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
deal - give (a specific card) to a player; "He dealt me the Queen of Spades"
misdeal - deal cards wrongly
deal out, dish out, dispense, distribute, dole out, mete out, parcel out, shell out, lot, administer, allot, deal - administer or bestow, as in small portions; "administer critical remarks to everyone present"; "dole out some money"; "shell out pocket money for the children"; "deal a blow to someone"; "the machine dispenses soft drinks"
10.deal - direct the course of; manage or control; "You cannot conduct business like this"
handle, manage, care, deal - be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
racketeer - carry on illegal business activities involving crime
11.deal - give out as one's portion or sharedeal - give out as one's portion or share  
hand out, pass out, give out, distribute - give to several people; "The teacher handed out the exams"
12.deal - give (a specific card) to a player; "He dealt me the Queen of Spades"
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
hand, pass on, turn over, pass, reach, give - place into the hands or custody of; "hand me the spoon, please"; "Turn the files over to me, please"; "He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers"
deal - distribute cards to the players in a game; "Who's dealing?"
13.deal - sell; "deal hashish"
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
sell, trade, deal - do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood; "She deals in gold"; "The brothers sell shoes"

deal

noun
1. (Informal) agreement, understanding, contract, business, negotiation, arrangement, bargain, transaction, pact Japan has done a deal with America on rice exports.
2. amount, quantity, measure, degree, mass, volume, share, portion, bulk a great deal of money
deal in something sell, trade in, stock, traffic in, buy and sell The company deals in antiques.
deal something out distribute, give, administer, share, divide, assign, allocate, dispense, bestow, allot, mete out, dole out, apportion a failure to deal out effective punishments to offenders
deal with something be concerned with, involve, concern, touch, regard, apply to, bear on, pertain to, be relevant to, treat of the parts of the book which deal with events in Florence
deal with something or someone
1. handle, manage, treat, cope with, take care of, see to, attend to, get to grips with, come to grips with the way in which the company deals with complaints
2. behave towards, handle, act towards, conduct yourself towards He's a hard man to deal with.

deal

verb
1. To give out in portions or shares.Also used with out:
Slang: divvy.
2. To offer for sale.Also used with in:
3. To engage in the illicit sale of (narcotics):
Slang: push.
4. To mete out by means of some action:
phrasal verb
deal with
1. To be occupied or concerned with:
2. To behave in a specified way toward:
noun
1. An indefinite amount or extent:
Informal: lot.
2. An act or state of agreeing between parties regarding a course of action:
3. An agreement, especially one involving a sale or exchange:
4. Informal. Something offered or bought at a low price:
Informal: buy.
Slang: steal.
Translations
تَوْزيع وَرَق اللعْبصَفْقَةصَفْقَهيُتاجِرُ فييُوَزِّعُ
obchodobchodovatrozdatrozdávánírozdávat
aftaleforretninggivegive kortgiven
jakaajakosopimus
dijeliti kartedogovor
kártyaosztásoszt
gefagjöfhöndla, verslasamningur
(トランプを)配る取引
거래나누다
būti skirtamišdalytikomerciniai reikalaikortų dalijimaskortų dalytojas
dalīšanadalītdarījumsslēgttirgoties
rozdávanie
delitikupčijaobravnavatipogajati seposel
affärsuppgörelsedeladela utgegiv
แจกไพ่ทำความตกลง
anlaşmadağıtmakpazarlıkticaretini yapmakdağıtma
ra quân bàisự thỏa thuận

deal

1 [diːl] (dealt (vb: pt, pp))
A. N
1. (= agreement) → acuerdo m, trato m
a new deal for the minersun nuevo acuerdo salarial para los mineros
we're looking for a better dealbuscamos un arreglo más equitativo
it's a deal!¡trato hecho!
to do or make a deal with sbhacer un trato con algn, llegar a un acuerdo con algn
the New Deal (US) (Pol) la nueva política económica de los EE.UU. aplicada por Roosevelt entre 1933 y 1940
pay dealacuerdo m salarial
it's a done deal (esp US) → es cosa hecha or segura, está atado y bien atado
2. (= transaction) → trato m, transacción f
the company lost thousands of pounds on the dealla empresa perdió miles de libras con ese trato or en esa transacción
arms dealventa f de armas
big deal! (iro) → ¡vaya cosa!
he only asked me out for a drink, what's the big deal?sólo me invitó a tomar algo por ahí, ¿qué tiene eso de raro?
this sort of thing happens every day, it's no big dealestas cosas pasan todos los días, no es nada del otro mundo
business deal (between companies, countries) → acuerdo m or trato m comercial; (by individual) → negocio m
to make a big deal (out) of sthdar mucha or demasiada importancia a algo
I tried not to make a big deal out of it but I was really annoyedintenté no darle mucha or demasiada importancia pero estaba muy enfadado
don't make such a big deal out of it!¡no hagas una montaña de un grano de arena!
3. (= treatment) → trato m
a bad/fair/good dealun trato malo/justo/bueno
homeowners are getting a bad deal from this governmentlos propietarios de viviendas están saliendo malparados con este gobierno
working women are not getting a fair deallas mujeres que trabajan no están recibiendo un trato justo
see also raw A7
see also square B6
4. (= bargain) → ganga f
they are offering good deals on flights to Australiatienen viajes a Australia a muy buen precio
5. (= amount) he had a deal of work to do (o.f.) → tenía mucho trabajo que hacer
a good deal, a great dealmucho
a good or great deal of moneyuna gran cantidad de dinero, mucho dinero
it can save you a good deal of timete puede ahorrar mucho tiempo
there's a good deal of truth in what you sayhay mucho de verdad en lo que dices
she's a good deal cleverer than her brotheres mucho or bastante más inteligente que su hermano
she knew a great deal about himsabía muchas cosas sobre él
"does he get out much?" - "not a great deal"-¿sale mucho? -no mucho or demasiado
it means a great deal to mesignifica mucho para mí
he thinks a great deal of his fatheradmira mucho a su padre
the new law will not make a great deal of difference to the homelessla nueva ley apenas va a afectar a la gente sin hogar
6. (Cards) (= distribution) → reparto m
whose deal is it?¿a quién le toca dar or repartir?
B. VT
1. [+ blow] → asestar, dar
to deal a blow to sth/sb (fig) → ser un golpe para algo/algn
the news dealt a severe blow to their hopes/the economyla noticia fue un duro golpe para sus esperanzas/la economía
2. (Cards) → dar, repartir
I was dealt a very bad hand (at cards) → me dieron una mano malísima (fig) (= had bad luck) → tuve muy mala suerte
C. VI (Cards) → dar, repartir
deal in VI + PREP
1. (Comm) [+ goods] → comerciar con, negociar con; [+ antiques, used cars] → dedicarse a la compraventa de; [+ drugs] → traficar con (Fin, St Ex) [+ stocks, shares, currency] → operar con
he was suspected of dealing in smuggled tobaccose sospechaba que se dedicaba al contrabando de tabaco
we're dealing in facts here, not theoriesaquí estamos tratando con hechos, nada de teoría
2. (Cards) [+ person] deal me in on the next handa mí me das (cartas) en la siguiente ronda
deal out VT + ADV [+ playing cards, plates] → repartir; [+ punishment] → imponer
you have to make the best of what life deals out to youtienes que sacar el máximo provecho de lo que te toca en la vida
the injustice dealt out to her familyla injusticia que se había cometido con su familia
deal with VI + PREP
1. (= have dealings with) → tratar con
you're dealing with professionals hereahora estás tratando con profesionales
they deal a lot with the Far Easthacen mucho negocio or comercian mucho con el Extremo Oriente
we don't deal with hostage takersno negociamos con secuestradores
2. (= handle, cope with) [+ problem, task] → ocuparse de, encargarse de; [+ difficult person] → manejar, tratar; (= attend to) [+ customer, order, application, complaint] → atender; [+ person] → manejar, tratar
he deals with all the paperworkél se ocupa or se encarga de todo el papeleo
don't worry, I'm dealing with itno te preocupes, ya me ocupo or encargo de ello
my boss will deal with you from now ona partir de ahora mi jefe será quien le atienda
she knows how to deal with difficult customerssabe (cómo) manejar or tratar a los clientes difíciles
she's not easy to deal withtiene un carácter difícil
the way that banks deal with complaintsla forma en que los bancos atienden las quejas
I'll deal with your questions afterwardscontestaré (a) sus preguntas después
we teach people how to deal with stressenseñamos a la gente a lidiar con el estrés
3. (= sort out, solve) [+ problem] → solucionar, resolver; [+ emotion] → superar
have you dealt with that paperwork yet?¿has resuelto todo el papeleo ya?, ¿has terminado ya todo el papeleo?
don't worry, I've dealt with itno te preocupes, ya lo he or tengo solucionado
I'll see that the problem is dealt withyo me ocuparé de que se solucione or se resuelva el problema
he couldn't deal with his jealousyno podía superar los celos que sentía
I'll deal with you later! (= rebuke, punish) → ¡luego me encargaré de ti!
anyone who disobeys will be severely dealt withcualquiera que desobedezca será tratado con mucha severidad
4. (= be about) [book, film] → tratar de

deal

2 [diːl]
A. N
1. (= wood) (pine) → madera f de pino; (fir) → madera f de abeto
2. (= plank) → tablón m; (= beam) → viga f
B. ADJ a deal tableuna mesa de pino

deal

[ˈdiːl]
n
(= bargain) → affaire f, marché m
to strike a deal with sb → conclure un marché avec qn
to do a deal with sb, to make a deal with sb → faire un marché avec qn
it's a deal! → tope-là! business deal
to get a bad deal (= be disadvantaged) → être mal loti(e)
The students were getting a bad deal from the university → Les étudiants étaient mal lotis par l'université.
to get a fair deal (= be treated fairly) → être bien loti(e)
a good deal n (= a lot) → beaucoup
We learnt a good deal from her → Nous avons beaucoup appris d'elle.
a good deal of (= a lot of) → beaucoup de (= a large part of) → une grande partie de
a good deal of the work → une grande partie du travail
a good deal adv (= considerably) [change, improve] → beaucoup, énormément
a good deal more → bien plus, beaucoup plus
a good deal better → bien mieux, beaucoup mieux
a great deal n (= a lot) → beaucoup
not a great deal → pas grand chose
It did not mean a great deal to him → Ça ne voulait pas dire grand chose pour lui.
a great deal of → beaucoup de, énormément de
a great deal of money → beaucoup d'argent
It shouldn't make a great deal of difference
BUT Ça ne devrait pas faire grande différence.
There was a great deal of concern about pollution
BUT On s'inquiétait beaucoup or énormément au sujet de la pollution.
a great deal advbeaucoup, énormément
a great deal more → beaucoup plus
vt [dealt] (pt, pp)
[+ blow] → porter
to deal a blow to sb/sth (= cause problems) → porter un coup à qn/qch
to be dealt a blow (= be faced with problems) → recevoir un coup
[+ cards] → distribuer
to deal sb a card → distribuer une carte à qn
[+ drugs] → revendre
vi (= deal cards) → donner
It's your turn to deal → C'est à toi de donner.
deal in
vt fus [shop] → vendre; [person] → être dans le commerce de
The shop deals only in trousers → Le magasin ne vend que des pantalons.
deal out
vt
[+ cards] → distribuer
[+ injustice] → faire; [+ punishment] → donner; [+ criticism]
The report deals out some sharp criticism to the council → Le rapport critique sévèrement le conseil.
deal with
vt fus
[+ task] → s'occuper de, se charger de
He promised to deal with it immediately → Il a promis de s'en occuper immédiatement., Il a promis de s'en charger immédiatement.
(= handle) [+ problem] → s'occuper de
to deal with severely [+ wrongdoer] → punir sévèrement
(= accept) → accepter
(= have dealings with) [+ person] → avoir affaire à; [+ company] → traiter avec
He's a hard man to deal with
BUT Il n'est pas très commode.
(= be about) [book] → traiter de

deal

1
n (= amount)Menge f; a good or great deal ofeine Menge, (ziemlich) viel; not a great deal ofnicht (besonders) viel; there’s still a (good or great) deal of work left to does ist noch ein schönes Stück or eine Menge Arbeit zu tun; there’s a good or great deal of truth in what he sayses ist schon ziemlich viel Wahres an dem, was er sagt; it says a good deal for him (that …)es spricht sehr für ihn(, dass …); and that’s saying a great dealund damit ist schon viel gesagt; to mean a great deal to somebodyjdm viel bedeuten
adv a good or great dealviel; not a great dealnicht viel; to learn/travel/talk a great dealviel lernen/reisen/reden; did you swim much? — not a great dealseid ihr viel geschwommen? — nicht besonders viel; a good deal more importantviel wichtiger

deal

2 vb: pret, ptp <dealt>
n
(also business deal)Geschäft nt, → Handel m; (= arrangement)Handel m, → Abkommen nt, → Deal m (inf); to do or make a deal with somebodymit jdm ein Geschäft or einen Deal (inf)machen, mit jdm ein Geschäft abschließen; it’s a dealabgemacht!; it’s a done deal (US) → es ist beschlossene Sache; I’ll make or do a deal with youich schlage Ihnen ein Geschäft vor; I never make dealsich lasse mich nie auf Geschäfte ein; are you forgetting our deal?hast du unsere Abmachung vergessen? ? big
(inf) to give somebody a fair dealjdn anständig behandeln; the workers have always had a bad dealdie Arbeiter sind immer schlecht behandelt worden; a better deal for the lower paidbessere Bedingungen für die schlechter bezahlten Arbeiter; the management offered us a new dealdie Firmenleitung hat uns ein neues Angebot gemacht; it’s no big deal (= doesn’t matter)ist nicht so schlimm (inf), → passt schon (inf)
(Cards) it’s your dealSie geben
vt
(also deal out) cardsgeben, austeilen
drugsdealen (inf)
? blow1
vi
(Cards) → geben, austeilen
(in drugs) → dealen (inf)

deal

3
n (= wood)Kiefern- or Tannenholz nt
adj attraus Kiefern- or Tannenholz

deal

1 [diːl] (dealt (vb: pt, pp))
1. n
a. (agreement) → accordo (also business deal) → affare m
to do or strike a deal with sb → fare un affare con qn
perhaps we can do a deal? → forse ci si può aggiustare fra di noi?
it's a deal! (fam) → affare fatto!
a new deal (Pol, Econ, Sociol) → un piano di riforme
to get a good/bad deal (Comm) → fare/non fare un buon affare
he got a good deal from them → l'hanno trattato bene
a fair deal for working mothers → un trattamento equo per le madri che lavorano
b. (Cards) → turno (nel dare le carte)
it's my deal → adesso tocca a me dare le carte
c. (in expressions of quantity) a good or great dealmolto, parecchio
to have a great deal to do → avere molto da fare
there's a good deal of truth in what he says → c'è molto di vero in quel che dice
she spends a great deal of her time alone → passa buona parte del suo tempo da sola
he thinks a great deal of his father → ha una grande stima di suo padre
that's saying a good deal → non è dire poco
it means a great deal to me → vuol dire molto per me
a great deal cleverer → di gran lunga più intelligente
2. vt
a. to deal sb a blowassestare un colpo a qn
b. (Cards) (also deal out) → distribuire, dare
deal in vi + prep (Comm) → occuparsi di; (drugs) → spacciare
deal out vt + adv (cards, money) → distribuire
to deal out justice → far giustizia
deal with vi + prep
a. (handle, person, task, application) → occuparsi di; (problem) → affrontare (Comm) (order) → sbrigare
I'll deal with you later! → con te facciamo i conti più tardi!
to know how to deal with sb → sapere come prendere qn
he's not easy to deal with → è un tipo difficile
b. (subj, book, film, be about) → trattare di
c. (Comm) (company, organization, person) → trattare con

deal

2 [diːl]
1. nlegno di pino ( or di abete)
2. adjdi pino ( or di abete)

deal

(diːl) noun
1. a bargain or arrangement. a business deal.
2. the act of dividing cards among players in a card game.
verbpast tense, past participle dealt (delt)
1. to do business, especially to buy and sell. I think he deals in stocks and shares.
2. to distribute (cards).
ˈdealer noun
1. a person who buys and sells. a dealer in antiques.
2. the person who distributes the cards in a card game.
ˈdealing noun
(usually in plural) contact (often in business), bargaining, agreement etc made (between two or more people or groups). fair/honest dealing; dealing on the Stock Market; I have no dealings with him.
deal with
1. to be concerned with. This book deals with methods of teaching English.
2. to take action about, especially in order to solve a problem, get rid of a person, complete a piece of business etc. She deals with all the inquiries.
a good deal / a great deal
much or a lot. They made a good deal of noise; She spent a great deal of money on it.

deal

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deal

n. cantidad, porción;
a good ___bastante;
a great ___ of timemucho tiempo;
v. repartir, distribuir;
to ___ withtratar con.
References in classic literature ?
You said the other day you thought we were a deal happier than the King children, for they were fighting and fretting all the time, in spite of their money.
In New York City, when he first went there to live and before he became confused and disconcerted by the facts of life, Enoch went about a good deal with young men.
I had lost sight of her altogether, but Jim had found her again after long years, had renewed a friendship that meant a great deal to him, and out of his busy life had set apart time enough to enjoy that friendship.
One day, when there was a good deal of kicking, my mother whinnied to me to come to her, and then she said:
Yet even the German books are not entirely free from attacks of the Parenthesis distemper--though they are usually so mild as to cover only a few lines, and therefore when you at last get down to the verb it carries some meaning to your mind because you are able to remember a good deal of what has gone before.
Weston, of a more apprehensive disposition, foresaw nothing but a repetition of excuses and delays; and after all her concern for what her husband was to suffer, suffered a great deal more herself.
I love a jolly woodsman at heart,'' said the Prior, softening his tone; ``come, ye must not deal too hard with me I can well of woodcraft, and can wind a horn clear and lustily, and hollo till every oak rings again Come, ye must not deal too hard with me.
exclaimed Stuart, who in his excitement made a false deal.
The girl had a good deal of spirit, and she had tant soit peu of mother Eve's love of mischief in her.
All vessels are handled in the same way as far as theory goes, just as you may deal with all men on broad and rigid principles.
I can't afford to give all my love and reverence to such rarities: I want a great deal of those feelings for my every-day fellow-men, especially for the few in the foreground of the great multitude, whose faces I know, whose hands I touch for whom I have to make way with kindly courtesy.
He had never knowingly given her pain, but he now felt that she required more positive kindness; and with that view endeavoured, in the first place, to lessen her fears of them all, and gave her especially a great deal of good advice as to playing with Maria and Julia, and being as merry as possible.