Meaning of “deal with someone/something ” in the English Dictionary

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"deal with someone/something " in American English

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deal with someone/something

past tense and past participle dealt
phrasal verb with deal us /dil/ verb [ I/T ] past tense and past participle dealt /delt/


to develop a way to manage or relate to someone or something:

We have to deal with problems as they arise.
She had a marvelous ability to deal with people.

(Definition of “deal with someone/something ” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)