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deal1 US English

Distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to the players for a game or round

deal2 US English

Fir or pine wood, especially when sawn into planks of a standard size

deal US Thesaurus

completion of the deal

the deal US English

The situation or state of affairs

deal flow US English

The quantity of investment opportunities available at a given time to a particular company or investor or within a particular region or market sector

New Deal US English

The economic measures introduced by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to counteract the effects of the Great Depression. It involved a massive public works program, complemented by the large-scale granting of loans, and succeeded in reducing unemployment by between 7 and 10 million

New Deal New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

measures in the US to counteract the Great Depression

square deal US English

A fair bargain or treatment

cut a deal US English

Come to an arrangement, especially in business; make a deal

a big deal US English

A thing considered important

it's a deal US English

Used to express one’s assent to an agreement

deal-breaker US English

(In business and politics) a factor or issue that, if unresolved during negotiations, would cause one party to withdraw from a deal

a good deal US English

A large amount

a done deal US English

An agreement that has been finalized

a fair deal US English

Equitable treatment

the real deal US English

A person or thing considered to be a genuine or supremely good example of their kind

wheel and deal US English

Engage in commercial or political scheming, especially unscrupulously

big deal in a big deal US English

Used to express one’s contempt for something regarded as impressive or important by another person

deal with in deal1 US English

Take measures concerning (someone or something), especially with the intention of putting something right

deal someone in in deal1 US English

Include a new player in a card game by giving them cards

strike US English

Reach, achieve, or agree to (something involving agreement, balance, or compromise)

big deal in deal1 US English

Used to express one’s contempt for something regarded as impressive or important by another person

the deal in deal1 US English

The situation or state of affairs

cut a deal in cut US English

Come to an arrangement, especially in business; make a deal

a big deal in deal1 US English

A thing considered important

a good deal in deal1 US English

A large amount

cut a deal in deal1 US English

Make an agreement

it's a deal in deal1 US English

Used to express one’s assent to an agreement

a done deal in done US English

An agreement that has been finalized

a fair deal in fair1 US English

Equitable treatment

death blow US English

An event, circumstance, or action that ends something abruptly

the real deal in deal1 US English

A person or thing considered to be a genuine or supremely good example of their kind

wheel and deal in wheel US English

Engage in commercial or political scheming, especially unscrupulously

dealmaker US English

A person who is skilled at bringing commercial or political deals to a satisfactory conclusion

package deal in package US English

A set of proposals or terms offered or agreed to as a whole


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