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deal

verb [I or T] (DO BUSINESS)
做生意
 
 
/dɪəl/ (dealt)
to do business
做生意,出售;經營;買賣
We only deal with companies which have a good credit record.
我們只與信譽良好的公司做生意。
slang How long had she been dealing (= selling drugs) before she was arrested?
她被捕前販毒多久了?
slang He was suspected of dealing (= selling) cocaine.
他涉嫌販賣古柯鹼。
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Translations of “deal”
in Korean 카드를 돌리다…
in Arabic يُوزِّع…
in French donner…
in Italian dare (le carte)…
in Russian сдавать карты…
in Turkish iskambil oyununda kartları dağıtmak…
in Polish rozdawać (karty)…
in Spanish repartir…
in Portuguese dar (as cartas)…
in German geben…
in Catalan repartir…
in Japanese (人)がトランプのカードを配る…
in Chinese (Simplified) 做生意, 做生意,出售, 经营…
(Definition of deal verb (DO BUSINESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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