deal with sb/sth

deal with sb/sth
Ⅰ.
UK US deal with sb/sth
Phrasal Verb with deal({{}}/diːl/ verb (past tense and past participle dealt)
to do business with a person or company: »

I prefer to deal with the same salesperson each time.

Ⅱ.
UK US deal with sth
Phrasal Verb with deal({{}}/diːl/ verb (past tense and past participle dealt)
to do something in order to achieve something or in order to solve a problem: »

A few minor technical problems will have to be dealt with.

to be responsible for a particular job or activity in a company or organization: »

The department I work in deals with customer complaints.

to be about a particular subject: »

The Act deals with the provision of suitable facilities for disabled employees.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • strike a deal with sb/sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

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  • deal with sb — Ⅰ. UK US deal with sb Phrasal Verb with deal({{}}/diːl/ verb (past tense and past participle dealt) ► to behave towards and talk to someone in an effective way: »The pub trade is one area where the ability to deal with people is very important. Ⅱ …   Financial and business terms

  • ˈdeal with sth — phrasal verb 1) to take action to solve a problem The government must now deal with the problem of high unemployment.[/ex] 2) to be about a subject Chapter 5 deals with employment law.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • strike a deal with sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal/agreement with sb/sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a agreement with sb/sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal with sb — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

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  • deal — 1 /di:l/ verb past tense and past participle dealt /delt/ 1 also deal out (I, T) to give playing cards to each of the players in a game: deal sth (out) to sb: Deal out three cards to each player. 2 (I) informal to buy and sell illegal drugs: Many …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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