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deal with something

(past tense and past participle dealt)
phrasal verb with deal  us   /dil/ verb [I/T] (past tense and past participle dealt  /delt/ )
  • (BE ABOUT)

to be about or be on the ​subject of something: She ​likesnovels that deal with ​seriousmoralissues. The ​lecture dealt with his ​trip to ​South Africa.
(Definition of deal with something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “deal with something ”
in Arabic يَتَعامَل مَعَ…
in Korean -를 다루다…
in Portuguese tratar de algo…
in Catalan tractar ac, ocupar-se d’ac…
in Japanese (問題など)を処理する…
in Italian affrontare qualcosa, occuparsi di qualcosa…
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