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dealingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈdiːlɪŋ/ UK
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the ​activity of ​buying and ​sellingshares, ​currencies, etc.: share/currency dealing Online ​share dealing has ​grown dramatically over the past few ​years. Towards the end of the day there was another round of heavy dealing in the company's ​shares.
a way of doing ​business: fair/honest dealing Our ​companymaintains a ​reputation for ​fair dealing in all its ​transactions.dodgy/shady dealing Many ​institutions have been badly ​damaged by ​dodgycorporate dealing.
dealings [plural] businessactivities involving other ​people: They ​suspended all dealings with the ​company when the ​falsificationscandal was dealings She ​protested that her ​business dealings with the ​company had been completely ​legitimate. His ​agent told us that he had never ​met or had any dealings with his/her/your dealings with sb/sth The ​code says ​officials must be "courteous, ​objective, and impartial" in their dealings with the ​public.
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