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Japanese translation of “deal”

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deal

verb
 
/diːl/ ( past tense and past participle dealt)
to give cards to players in a game
(人)がトランプのカードを配る
Whose turn is it to deal?
Translations of “deal”
in Korean 카드를 돌리다…
in Arabic يُوزِّع…
in French donner…
in Italian dare (le carte)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 做生意, 做生意,出售, 經營…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 做生意, 做生意,出售, 经营…
(Definition of deal verb from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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