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  1. deal

    • IPA[dēl]

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    • v.
      distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to players for a game or round;include a new player in a card game by giving them cards.
    • n.
      an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a business or political context;an attractive price on a commodity for a purchaser; a bargain
    • verb: deal, 3rd person present: deals, gerund or present participle: dealing, past tense: dealt, past participle: dealt

    • noun: deal, plural noun: deals

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    • 1. an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a business or political context the band signed a major recording deal
    • an attractive price on a commodity for a purchaser; a bargain we've got great deals on the latest camcorders
    • a particular form of treatment given or received working mothers get a raw deal
    • informal the situation or state of affairs what's the deal with you and that guy? big double standards exist, but he knows the deal
    • 2. the process of distributing the cards to players in a card game after the deal, players A and B stay out
    • a player's turn to distribute cards “Time for one more game.” “All right. Whose deal?”
    • the round of play following a distribution of cards.
    • the set of hands dealt to the players.
    • 3. a significant but unspecified amount of something he lost a great deal of blood
    • n.
      an arrangement or agreement reached privately by two sides in an unofficial or illicit way: he cut a sweetheart deal with a politically well-placed union to get their endorsement in his re-election campaign

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    • n.
      the number of investment opportunities available at a given time to a particular company or ... the firm started to get much more deal flow low deal flow has put pressure on loan pricing as banks bid aggressively to win business

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    • n.
      the quantity of investment opportunities available at a given time to a particular company or ... the firm started to get much more deal flow low deal flow has put pressure on loan pricing as banks bid aggressively to win business

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      the situation or state of affairs

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    • n.
      (in business and politics) a factor or issue which, if unresolved during negotiations, would ... fringe benefits are now seen as an important part of any salary package and base salary is no longer viewed as the deal-breaker

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    • n.
      an instance of being treated fairly: the workers feel they are not getting a square deal

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    • IPA[diːl]

    英式

    • v.
      distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to players for a game or round: the cards were dealt for the last hand fate dealt her a different hand
    • n.
      an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a ... the government was ready to do a deal with the opposition

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    • n.
      fir or pine wood as a building material.

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    • IPA[dēl]

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    • n.
      fir or pine wood, especially when sawn into planks of a standard size.

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