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Meaning of “deal” - Learner’s Dictionary

deal

noun     /diːl/
ARRANGEMENT [C]
B2 an arrangement or an agreement, especially in business: a business deal The police refused to do/make/strike a deal with the terrorists.Business and commerce - general words
PRICE [C]
the price you pay for something, and what you get for your money: I got a really good deal on my new car.Costs and expenses
a good/great deal
B2 a lot: A great deal of time and effort went into arranging this party. I paid a good deal less than it was worth.General words for size and amountLarge in number or quantity
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