Word: deal

Category: deal

Shopping, Arts & Entertainment, Computers & Electronics

Related words: deal

how to deal, new deal, day deal, the new deal, deal with it, big deal, daily deal, real deal, groupon, deal news, living social, deal chicken, deal man, best buy deal

Synonyms: deal

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: deal

spanish
traficar, contratar, comerciar, repartir


german
überlegen, teil, meistern, abkommen, geschäft, ...

french
masse, distribution, partager, convention, donner, ...

portuguese
reger, administrar, guiar, dirigir, reflectir, ...

dutch
besturen, toedienen, overwegen, rondleiden, mennen, ...

russian
гешефт, расправляться, обхождение, руководить, причинять, ...

norwegian
handel

swedish
handla

finnish
harkita, jakaa, hoitaa, johdattaa, opastaa, ...

czech
transakce, rozdání, dělit, rozdělení, díl, ...

polish
mnóstwo, kontaktować, tarcica, rozdawać, porozumienie, ...

hungarian
kártyaosztás, mennyiség

turkish
miktar

greek
μοιράζω, αγορά

ukrainian
завдавати, поводження, роздавати, угода

albanian
merrem, veproj, administroj

bulgarian
дело

belarusian
аддаваць, аддаць

estonian
jagamine, jagama, tehing

croatian
pogodba, dio, količina, dijeljenje

latvian
vadīt

slovenian
dohoda

slovak
transakcia, dohoda, obchod

Popularity stats: deal

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New York, San Diego, San Jose, Washington, Los Angeles

The meaning and "use of": deal

noun
  • an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a business or political context.
  • a significant but unspecified amount of something.
  • the process of distributing the cards to players in a card game.
  • fir or pine wood, especially when sawn into planks of a standard size.

verb
  • distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to the players for a game or round.
  • take part in commercial trading of a particular commodity.
  • take measures concerning (someone or something), especially with the intention of putting something right.
  • inflict (a blow) on (someone or something).

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