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Translation of "deal" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

deal

noun [C] (AGREEMENT) 協議     /dɪəl/
an agreement or an arrangement, especially in business (尤指商業上的)協議,交易 a business deal 商業交易 The unions and management have made a two-year pay and productivity deal. 工會和管理層簽訂了一份為期兩年的工資與生產效率協議。 I'll make/do a deal with you - you wash the car and I'll let you use it tonight. 我和你做個交易吧——你把車洗了,今晚就讓你用。 She got a good deal (= paid a low price) on her new house. 她買新房子時撿了個大便宜。 Is industry getting a raw/rough deal from (= being unfairly/badly treated by) the EU? 生產製造業是否正受到歐盟的不公平/惡劣待遇? Business and commerce - general words
(Definition of deal noun (AGREEMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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