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Translation of "deal" - English-French dictionary

deal

noun /diːl/
a bargain or arrangement marché, affaire a business deal.
the act of dividing cards among players in a card game. donne
dealer noun
a person who buys and sells marchand/-ande a dealer in antiques.
the person who distributes the cards in a card game. donneur/-euse
dealing noun
(usually in plural ) contact (often in business), bargaining, agreement etc made (between two or more people or groups) relations, transactions fair/honest dealing dealing on the Stock Market I have no dealings with him.
deal with
to be concerned with traiter de This book deals with methods of teaching English.
to take action about, especially in order to solve a problem, get rid of a person, complete a piece of business etc s’occuper de She deals with all the customer inquiries.
a good deal / a great deal
much or a lot beaucoup They made a good deal of noise She spent a great deal of money on furnishing her apartment.
(Definition of deal from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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