Meaning of DEAL in English

DEAL

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a bum deal (= unfair treatment )

Jim got a bum deal .

a business deal (= an occasion when you buy or sell something )

Negotiation is the most important part of a business deal.

a chapter deals with sth

Three further chapters deal with soil, water, and air.

a compromise deal

Hopes are rising for a European compromise deal.

a good deal bigger/better etc

He was a good deal older than her.

a good deal of trouble/time/work etc

I went to a good deal of trouble to get this ticket.

a great deal of interest (= a lot of interest )

The exhibition has generated a great deal of interest.

a great deal

You have caused a great deal of trouble.

a great deal (= a lot )

The paintings cost a great deal of money.

a peace settlement/deal

It is difficult to see how a peace settlement can be achieved.

all-in price/package/deal etc

all-in deals to Australia and New Zealand

an exclusive deal/contract (= one that says that no other person or company can do the same job )

Our firm has an exclusive contract to handle the company’s legal affairs.

big deal

It’s just a game. If you lose, big deal.

clinch...deal

a young salesman eager to clinch the deal

cope with/deal with stress

People find different ways of dealing with stress.

deal a blow to sb/sth

The 1982 drought dealt a devastating blow to the country.

deal (in) drugs ( also supply drugs formal ) (= sell drugs )

He’s in jail for dealing drugs.

Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal

deal with a client

They receive training to help them deal with difficult clients.

deal with a customer (= do business with or talk to a customer )

He has a lot of experience in dealing with customers.

deal with a question

This question will be dealt with in Chapter 4.

deal with a situation

He had no idea how to deal with the situation.

deal with an aspect

International banks have departments to deal with this aspect of trade.

deal with an emergency

Several fire crews were called to deal with the emergency at the power plant.

deal with/cover a subject (= speak or write about it )

The subject is dealt with in great detail in his previous book.

deal with/handle a complaint

Police officers came to the house to deal with a complaint about noise.

deal with/handle an incident

The police were criticized for the way in which they handled the incident.

deal with/sort out a problem

The state has failed to deal with the problem of violence against women.

deal with/tackle an issue ( also address an issue formal )

The government must deal with the issue of gun crime.

The company said that it will address the issue at the next scheduled board meeting.

getting...square deal

I’m not getting a square deal here.

handle/deal with an inquiry

Staff will be available to deal with inquiries.

It’s no big deal

It’s no big deal . Everybody forgets things sometimes.

matter a lot/a great deal

It mattered a great deal to her what other people thought of her.

owe sb a lot/owe sb a great deal

‘I owe my parents a lot,’ he admitted.

package deal

a cheap package deal to Tenerife

secure a deal/contract

The company secured a $20 million contract.

shady deals

She’s been involved in some shady deals .

share dealing (= buying and selling shares as a business )

He was convicted of illegal share dealing.

trade in/deal in shares (= buy and sell shares as a business )

They make their money by trading in stocks and shares.

What’s the big deal?

What’s the big deal? It’s only a birthday, not the end of the world.

wheeling and dealing

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

big

Wearing jeans and bomber jacket with no make-up, she wasn't trying to be a big deal at all.

History is a big deal in New Smyrna.

Negotiation is at the heart of all big business deals and even the little ones too.

It was no big deal , really.

My parents or family had never made a big deal about my body or development.

Losing a hubcap or two was no big deal .

He is a tremendous big deal now!

Condrey said it was no big deal .

fair

Only in this way can you be confident of a fair deal .

But to him, the only fair deal benefits him, not Tucson.

Failure to give you a fair deal in this respect is likely to expose a company to legal attack.

In the hope of getting a fair deal , you should press him to undertake the most careful inquiry into the facts.

Andy does his best by us, and overall most get a fair deal .

Knowing Anthony's appetite that was probably a very fair deal , Nigel thought.

Yet, it was a pretty fair deal .

This seems a very fair deal , for the transformation is pretty dramatic.

good

Equally, it is no coincidence that we hear a good deal less of it now that the bubble is deflating.

But all this provides much of the interest of economics as well as a good deal of its employment.

This may cost more at the time but could save a good deal of money in the long run.

A dime taken from any other kid was a good deal .

BAe has argued Raytheon was the better deal for employees and shareholders.

Up to this point Ishmael has told us a good deal about the great sperm whale.

A good deal more sits in so-called special management zones where nothing can be done easily.

A man like him traveled a good deal and he might be away at a conference or even abroad.

great

All of these reactions are normal, but there is often a great deal that you need to know.

It helps a great deal to look at special learners first as children, and then as people needing special help.

A great deal of gossip about the village and its inhabitants had thus come her way, from every direction.

The white space on a page contributes a great deal to its overall appearance and readability.

Edward tried to be alert to their onset, but Emilio hid a great deal .

The poor man had placed a great deal of trust in Robert Schuyler.

Both of them regarded Baldwin as an acceptable and agreeable assistant, but not as a great deal more.

A single incident suggests a great deal about Hennepinhis prudery, his belligerence, his sensitivity.

new

Clare's fund gets £90million from the new deal .

There were many other large new deals , mergers and alliances both within nations and across national boundaries.

But many junior doctors are unhappy about what they have seen of the new deal so far.

A NEW mortgage deal from Bristol &038; West offers a rate of 8.5% reducing to 6.5% by April 1994.

I ended up agreeing a new deal to stay.

And neither are all the new Premier League club chairmen happy over the new BSkyB deal .

He felt sure he could sweet-talk Antonio and get the 25 percent equity he needed to put the new deal to bed.

These cover the new distribution deal with Federal Express as well as further stock write-downs in the United States.

raw

He'd had a bit of a raw deal .

These kids think they got a raw deal .

Comedy got a raw deal , though Stilgoe and Skellen had a neat song about Alan Titchmarsh.

Rape on Screen Women tend to get a raw deal from the movies.

Which shows that it is worth complaining instead of just accepting a raw deal .

We must recognise that they are getting a raw deal and are being victimised by the Government.

I just thought Blagg was getting a raw deal .

Still, aren't women getting a raw deal ?

well

It all adds up to a better deal , for your managers, your training budget and for effective corporate management development.

He turned down what any of his peers would have called a much better deal today.

Strength in numbers will allow us to give customers a better deal .

It's certainly hard to find a better deal anywhere else in the country.

Despite the encouraging figures, the Chunnel has prompted ferry companies to smarten up their act, and offer better deals .

The lower rates may be a better deal for most employers, but health coverage could be cut back too.

BAe has argued Raytheon was the better deal for employees and shareholders.

As a result, you can get a better deal on a Mac today than at any time in the past.

■ NOUN

book

His new book deal may have a similar effect on publishers.

The books deals with the faltering start and near-total collapse of the Stanton Democratic primary campaign.

The fifth would-be author, former privatization chief Alfred Kokh, had quit over a similarly dubious book deal three months ago.

Next thing they do is call their agent, set up a book deal and a miniseries.

If forced to resign, get a good book deal .

In addition, there would be no more million-dollar book deals because the Amish do not buy books.

Other parts of the book deal with the last things on a global scale, both looking back and looking forward.

He can not peddle a book deal .

budget

Medicare cuts in the 1997 federal budget deal , in turn, helped make possible capital-gains tax cuts for investors.

Investors had convinced themselves in the late fall that a budget deal was in the cards.

In a real sense, the balanced budget amendment is an insurance policy against a bad budget deal .

The first 1990 budget deal , for instance, was rejected by the House but eventually was salvaged.

The reference is to the 1990 budget deal in Washington that helped bring down President Bush.

business

A chance, too, perhaps, to sort out the business deal they had talked about last week.

Even then, his business deals were souring.

Negotiation is at the heart of all big business deals and even the little ones too.

Clarisa had told me her father was upset because some one had cheated him on a business deal .

Certainly there were no big business deals or investment agreements to back up the good intentions expressed.

In February 1994, the investigation was broadened to other Symington business deals .

Lawyers draw up contracts, minimize taxation, advise on business deals and liaise between banks, commercial and industrial enterprises.

They are the primary target of a special prosecutor investigating a long-ago Whitewater business deal that went sour.

package

A few of the of a package deal .

Short tours as well as package deals that include a tour, a gourmet dinner and a show are available.

Its partners had probably accepted that they would have to acquiesce to some kind of compromise within the package deal .

A package deal makes some sense.

Another system which has recently found favour is the package deal .

I did the tutorial that came with the package deal and learned a lot through trial and error.

Ingredients like these add to the promotion of this type of package deal .

We got hold of one of those cheap package deals , like a couple hundred dollars.

peace

It may be here that Mr Pastrana's best hopes of ending his term with a peace deal lie.

Under the peace deal , men of military age should be allowed to cross the former front line boulevard starting next week.

Even if the fighting has stopped, the peace deal is badly damaged.

Both are leftwing groups that control large zones of the countryside after temporary peace deals with President Pastrana.

He almost single-handedly brokered a peace deal with secessionist rebels in Chechnya last fall, thereby ending an inordinately bloody war.

record

Many of the kids who are out there making music don't necessarily want a record deal .

Currently, getting a record deal for a new act is difficult.

The new acts can be divided into those with and without a record deal .

Those still looking for a record deal usually send a tape, some photographs and a biography.

Sessions are often recorded with bands who already have a record deal .

You could get a record deal in London, Glasgow, Dublin or Manchester.

However once a record deal is signed the value of good management becomes obvious.

The band don't deserve such praise, but they have earned this record deal .

■ VERB

agree

When this was combined with the lower rent it could also argue for, the finally agreed deal had quite an effect.

I ended up agreeing a new deal to stay.

Both sides agree that a deal could be concluded within weeks, but how long the peace will hold is uncertain.

Read in studio Workers at Severn Trent Water have agreed a deal which links pay increases to the quality of supplies.

But he agreed to the deal .

Manchester-based Airtours needed 50 percent of Owners' shareholders to agree to the deal , but failed to get the necessary votes.

A £5,000 fee has been agreed but the deal is subject to a work permit.

announce

Willkie promised to withhold any political attack, and on September 3, 1940, Roosevelt announced the deal to the public.

Connect the companies that announced deals . a. Chemical Banking Corp. 1.

clinch

Women are taking command of organised crime: negotiating syndicate structures, mapping strategy, clinching deals and ordering executions.

He added, however, that he was still optimistic about clinching a deal this week.

Industry observers say this came as a disappointment to Mr Chalayan, who had hoped to clinch a deal with Gucci himself.

Are you dealing with a salesman eager to clinch a deal, or with a kitchen designer actually employed by the company?

They clinched the deal for the Norwich defender just six minutes before the deadline.

The only major obstacle remaining, mutual recognition, has clinched the deal .

But although Maxine Johnson of the Founders still had doubts, he clinched the deal with his easy and cheerful manner.

And they also need a catch-all range of facial expressions to help clinch the deal .

close

I enjoy closing a deal 5a.

He talks and talks, compromises and compromises, until he closes a deal .

In the heart of the city, Bob Scott is further still from closing a deal .

Many will offer low-interest loans, tax breaks or whatever else it takes to close a deal .

Novell expects to close the deal in the first quarter of 1993.

Grace said it expects to close the deal in the quarter beginning July 1.

When agreement is reached close the deal quickly and immediately confirm the agreed terms in writing in a heads of agreement.

They hope to close the deal by year-end, but that may be too optimistic.

complete

In addition, a purchaser should have the necessary funding support to complete the deal .

Duquette finally completed a deal that was originally suggested by the Philadelphia Phillies during the recent winter meetings.

And they have just completed a deal to buy the disused Grand Hotel on the Marine Promenade to give that a facelift.

If completed , the deal would significantly enlarge Nestle's presence in the pet-food business.

However, there has been a delay in completing the deal culminating in court proceedings being taken.

The pillars are actually called Nails, and on them merchants used to complete their financial deals before the Exchange was built.

cut

Rather than cut shabby deals , he should call a general election.

The message is that the government will cut a deal with any threatened industry willing to pay through the nose.

If the agent cuts this type of deal tightly enough, the promoter is forced to think twice about spending money.

He promised not to halt the talks, but rather to cut a better deal .

Why not cut a deal , before it was too late?

When they let me speak, I cut a deal .

But, at the very least, we want to be cut in on the deal .

Even now, we still want to be cut in on the deal .

make

The two contracts are salary cap-friendly and the Celtics were very interested in making the deal a few days ago.

Because he was from a small school like Southern University, nobody made a big deal about it.

Wei Dongli made a great deal of money in the pump-primed economy that the party engineered after June 4, 1989.

If the senior creditors refuse to make a deal it likes, the firm will simply file for chapter 11 protection.

That meant, among other things, keeping them from making any deal that gave real estate to the Vietminh.

Jerry Jones of Dallas has made separate marketing deals .

negotiate

Mercury in Aries will give you insight - and the wit to negotiate some advantageous deals .

But I negotiated the deal between you and Jessica.

Twentieth Century-Fox, desperate to recoup its investment, negotiated a new deal with David Merrick, producer of the stage show.

When had he negotiated the deal ?

As we argue many times in this book, it is the differences that concern government officials in negotiating lasting deals .

They are constantly having to negotiate borders and deal with difference.

It would be possible to negotiate deals to work for a dozen companies' all in one day!

Information brokerages dispatch agents capable of information resource gathering, negotiating deals , and performing transactions.

offer

Roller blinds offer a good deal of scope through colour and fabric combinations, from floral patterns to bold geometric prints.

The trick is for the 49ers to offer a front-loaded multiyear deal that will scare the Giants off.

The non-performing writer could be offered a firm one-year deal with options covering the next four years.

Mr Bessen said he plans to offer the same deal again to customers starting Friday.

The points can either be swapped for cash or vouchers offering special deals , which could be better value.

I did not see him in danger of being offered a clothing deal .

I find out who's doing the schneids and I offer them a deal .

Word is the 49ers were offering Davis a long-term deal in the range of $ 2 million a year.

sign

Dottie Taylor, 63, recently signed a deal to lease her three-bedroom home in suburban Alpharetta for $ 14, 000.

As a rule even musicians signed to major label deals go uninsured, unless they have the foresight to insure themselves.

After a weekend in New York, Maddux said he was virtually certain of signing a five-year deal with the Yankees.

And that retired detectives signed book deals .

A firm may sign a deal with a bank that establishes a maximum amount the firm can borrow as needed.

spend

Over the years he had spent a great deal of time and energy there.

He spends a great deal of the day in the cellars or on his bed; nothing pleases or entertains him.

It is clear that Watson spends a great deal of time wrestling with his conscience over the choice between morals and results.

And the journalists spend a good deal of their time analyzing and reporting what the people think and how they feel.

Leapor and Freemantle spent a good deal of their time talking about poetry and religion.

Thus I found myself spending a good deal of time in the East Wing.

They have been reported as spending a great deal of time analysing conversations that they have held with the various Ketamine entities.

From what I could tell, the teachers spent a good deal of time considering their students' needs and abilities.

strike

Furthermore, the current state of the property market encourages landowners and both existing and prospective tenants to strike complex deals .

The company initially had struck a deal with Motorola.

To park the bikes we had to strike a deal with the children in the main square.

Hopes of striking a deal were fading this week after Republicans canceled a negotiating session with Clinton.

The company will strike deals with third parties for most of the new components.

The fiscal landscape is also more hospitable to striking a deal .

You should aim to strike a deal with your employers that gives you real peace of mind.

Most money managers are convinced President Clinton and congressional Republicans will strike a deal to eliminate the federal budget deficit.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a done deal

Not a done deal Despite the agreement, the preservation of the Headwaters Grove still is not a done deal.

Still, there are many who say prions are not a done deal.

a good deal

Cowpland said he was willing to buy the company if he got a good deal.

I've spent a good deal of time preparing this report.

I got a really good deal on my car.

The price of the holiday includes free use of the tennis courts, the pool, and the gym. It's a very good deal.

They gave me a really good deal on my camera.

I am afraid there will be a good deal of suffering among the poor this winter.

In the United States the courts exercise a good deal of influence quite independently of the other branches of government.

It is based on a good deal of research and contains many valid insights.

It took a good deal of time for me and it to get together.

Strength in numbers will allow us to give customers a better deal.

The lower rates may be a better deal for most employers, but health coverage could be cut back too.

Yes, Sammler knew a good deal about Wharton Horricker.

a rough deal

All agreed they had a rough deal as their work often involved great pain.

Especially as he has been getting a rough deal from some sections of the crowd.

a sweet deal

It's a sweet deal for the families.

What a sweet deal that is-the stars get to look caring in exchange for prime time product placement.

broker a deal/settlement/treaty etc

The tradable permit approach has launched a new industry that brokers deals between firms.

close a deal/sale/contract etc

He talks and talks, compromises and compromises, until he closes a deal.

I enjoy closing a deal 5a.

I told her not to come back until she closed a deal.

In the heart of the city, Bob Scott is further still from closing a deal.

Many will offer low-interest loans, tax breaks or whatever else it takes to close a deal.

Why, then, are some salespeople reluctant to close a sale?

cut a deal

Grateful Dead guitar guru Jerry Garcia may be dead, but he can still cut a deal.

Or Republicans could try to cut a deal with congressional Democrats in the hope that Mr Clinton would come aboard later.

The critics were not proposing to cut a deal with Hussein.

The message is that the government will cut a deal with any threatened industry willing to pay through the nose.

The president and Congress cut a deal on a balanced budget that exempts military spending from any cuts.

When they let me speak, I cut a deal.

Which trainees had cut deals for themselves?

Why not cut a deal, before it was too late?

hatch a plot/plan/deal etc

make a big deal of/out of/about sth

But Vassar taught me that I could do whatever I wanted to do without making a big deal out of it.

not amount to much/anything/a great deal etc

raw deal

Comedy got a raw deal, though Stilgoe and Skellen had a neat song about Alan Titchmarsh.

He'd had a bit of a raw deal.

I just thought Blagg was getting a raw deal.

Rape on Screen Women tend to get a raw deal from the movies.

Still, aren't women getting a raw deal?

These kids think they got a raw deal.

We must recognise that they are getting a raw deal and are being victimised by the Government.

Which shows that it is worth complaining instead of just accepting a raw deal.

renege on an agreement/deal/promise etc

Amid an increasingly hostile war of words, Finley has criticized Racicot for reneging on a promise to cooperate with federal authorities.

They had been bitten too often by Congress reneging on agreements negotiated in good faith by the White House.

sb's side of a deal/bargain

seal a deal/bargain/pact etc

square deal

Can not you trust me to ensure a square deal and to ensure even justice between man and man?

He likes the other fellow to have a square deal.

We believe that that is a square deal for the housing movement.

strike a bargain/deal

Ascend recently struck a deal to sell equipment to Pac Bell.

Buyer and seller strike a bargain with each individual purchase.

He struck a deal with the International Postal Union and received a copy of every stamp issued anywhere in the world.

Historically, an exchange was a physical thing; a room or building where people met to gather information and strike bargains.

Orlando, Florida, even struck a deal in which a developer built a new city hall.

So we struck a bargain, or at least I thought we had.

The company initially had struck a deal with Motorola.

The plant strikes a bargain with its emissary.

sweetheart deal

wheel and deal

In their case, both ran as outsiders, a tricky strategy in a family known for its insider wheeling and dealing.

She had to concede that Adrienne could wheel and deal in more ways than one.

There was more wheeling and dealing behind the cameras than in front of them.

What makes this cautionary tale so instructive is not just the details of back-room wheeling and dealing that relate specifically to Chicago.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

It is expected that the deal will be finalized before the end of May.

Taylor recently signed a deal to lease her three-bedroom home for $14,000.

The deal would create the nation's largest credit card company.

They agreed a $55 million deal with a leading Japanese automobile company.

Wickes lost a lot of money on two large property deals.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

As a result, you can get a better deal on a Mac today than at any time in the past.

Clare's fund gets £90million from the new deal .

It all adds up to a better deal , for your managers, your training budget and for effective corporate management development.

Negotiations for the deal took more than 14 months.

The actions left industry analysts uncertain about the deal .

The payments were awarded to him in spite of the fact that he participated in the negotiation of the deal with VastNed.

With interest rates low, deals and refinancings are expected to be brisk.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

effectively

It must show that serious offences against the criminal law will be effectively dealt with.

This helped her develop a number of extremely useful and transferable skills in dealing effectively with a diverse range of people.

A well run community service can deal effectively with most skin problems.

They must acknowledge uncertainties and deal effectively with the present, while simultaneously anticipating and responding to the future.

The introduction of the smaller cartridge should effectively deal with those criticisms.

This knowledge brings solace, because the organization is familiar with the inevitable consequences and believes it can effectively deal with them.

Even though he deals effectively with things, he is necessarily dependent upon those who have taught him to do so.

So how do you enhance your capacity to deal effectively with continuous change?

■ NOUN

blow

Mickey had a ramp with pea sized objects rolling down to be dealt a mighty blow from a spring loaded mallet.

This was the first time he dealt a fatal blow without intending it.

They have enough problems avoiding the stones they are throwing among themselves to be dealt such an additional blow .

Both democracy and the modern corporation had dealt crippling blows .

Lost mail Job prospects for aspiring pilots have been dealt another blow this autumn.

case

We believe that formal training in the use of the laryngeal mask would be beneficial to any physician dealing with such cases .

His revelations amazed the investigators who had believed they were dealing with a limited case .

Court action Where we are unable to deal with a case by negotiation we will issue court proceedings.

I pay tribute to the fairness of the Home Office in dealing with the cases that have come to my attention.

Thus the rest of the laws deal only with that case .

If they had access to interpreters, it would enable his Department speedily to deal with immigration cases .

Or are we indeed, as some writers quoted previously would argue, merely dealing with certain special cases ?

chapter

In the first part of the chapter we deal with those arguments concerned with the impact on the overall level of employment.

The model will be examined in detail in the next chapter , which deals with working capital management techniques.

The next chapter , dealing with the history of marriage, is, however, totally new.

In the present chapter we deal with communication patterns in our five countries.

The final two chapters are dealing with the analysis of tea.

Some of these themes are then picked up again in Chapter 9 which deals with financial reform.

This chapter will deal with the first question: What does the ordinary man think he should do?

complaint

How do you deal with complaints ?

Under the Financial Services Act, each self-regulatory organisation must have in place a system for dealing with consumer complaints .

Her career was unusual in that she remained within the Customer Service Department throughout, becoming an expert in dealing with complaints .

New Mental Health Tribunals were set up in each health region to deal with any complaints arising from compulsory admission procedures.

Our letter will give you the name, address and telephone number of the employee dealing with your complaint .

There was no satisfactory method of dealing with trivial complaints .

Note. -There is a separate procedure under section 86 for dealing with complaints against senior officers above the rank of chief superintendent.

A new procedure for dealing with complaints was introduced by sections 83-103 of the P. &038; C.E. Act.

crisis

The study will have immediate relevance both in strengthening the capacity of the agencies dealing with the crisis and through transferability elsewhere.

When asked how his constituents were dealing with the crisis , freshman Rep.

Mr Major has now flown home to deal with the economic crisis .

They took a cool professional interest which matched the matter of fact way they were dealing with the crisis of our disintegrating home.

The system is currently designed to deal with crisis , rather than avoiding it.

Arrangements to deal with crisis situations, eg political instability.

Months of dealing with the energy crisis and the growing threat of inflation and recession had taken their toll.

drug

Charlie Wilson died in 1988 in a drugs dealing dispute.

And, the story about government agencies and drug dealing is not new either.

The police say they acted after hearing reports of drug dealing in the run up to a warehouse party.

They endure the threat of drug dealing in their midst.

Police chiefs say they had evidence of drug dealing on the site, and had met with violence when they approached before.

The drug dealing was once so blatant.

Detectives believe the pair were murdered when a drugs deal which Mr Pettitt was involved in went tragically wrong.

Members of the groups are suspected in crimes including car theft, drug dealing and killings.

emergency

Second, it could prevent us from dealing expeditiously with emergencies such as natural disasters or military threats.

The margin of safety in dealing with emergencies may then be narrowed or broadened.

Andrew Culf Three ambulance crews from Fulham dealt with emergencies yesterday after the 999 calls were put through to them.

Cheshire's emergency services launched their Operation Cloudburst procedure for dealing with chemical emergencies.

Coun Hughes urged Mr Threlfall to consider a rapid response unit to deal with emergencies .

What you could pay for Most brigades outside London would charge for dealing with emergencies such as a flooded cellar.

issue

Thus while the original concern was not dealt with, other issues which had been raised earlier were.

We are dealing with a larger issue here, and it has nothing to do with politics or religion.

These plans could deal with general issues and advise on practice of specific relevance to particular Departments.

So he says dealing with issues of race is unavoidable.

Students therefore have developed their own methods of dealing with the issue .

The Labour party will have to deal with that issue .

To deal with that issue , Java was deliberately crippled as a programming language.

matter

It is a shame that the Bill does not deal with that matter .

He could deal with these matters as well as anyone.

It dealt with four major matters during the year.

Better to sign Hebron now, Netanyahu said, and deal with these other matters afterward.

If at some stage we entered into a single currency, we should have to deal with a different matter .

Find out who the personnel are and, in particular, who deals with conservation matters or listed building applications.

In 511 Clovis summoned a council of bishops to Orléans, largely to deal with ecclesiastical matters in newly conquered Aquitaine.

By this I mean that, like the priest, he deals in sacred matters , converting mundane problems to moral issues.

problem

We can now deal with the main problems that could arise in the new community care system.

His main source of strength was cut off as was their mutual ability to deal realistically with the problems .

Gorbachev still identified internationalism as the policy which could deal most effectively with problems of this kind.

But the two agencies deal with the problem in different ways.

You've got to deal with different problems , there's no question about that.

They deal with the whole problem solving process from problem sensed to problem overcome.

It even deals with possible technical problems .

To start with you have to deal with every problem rationally.

question

Let me also ask the Minister to deal with the whole question of the inclusion of suspicions.

In this section I want to deal only with the question of selection of a code for a particular interaction.

There is no straight forward way to deal with the question of appropriate products.

Nor has it dealt with the question of a new citizenship law, though the Solingen atrocity has revived debate about this.

Philosophy Philosophy deals systematically with questions that every reflective person asks from time to time.

Emily was watching Vic, seeing how he would deal with the question .

I have dealt with questions of costs and appeal and stay of the effect of the order pending an appeal.

As such, and as dealing with questions of household consumption, it was a form of activity doubly appropriate for women.

security

The insider must deal in securities on a recognized stock exchange, which includes dealing in securities through an investment exchange.

Farrington Stead dealt in gilt-edged securities , investments also offered by Barlow Clowes which went into liquidation in June 1988 owing £190million.

share

More than 120 stockbrokers in Britain offer share-dealing services to private investors.

If they discovered evidence of share dealing ahead of the takeover by individuals using confidential information they would institute more formal inquiries.

Portfolio management is the most expensive service, with investors usually paying share dealing commissions as well as an annual management fee.

Market makers quote continuous two-way prices for shares in which they deal .

The most significant factor is the proportion of share dealing influenced by that company's software.

situation

He had no idea how to deal with the situation .

She says many members wish they had more training to deal with such situations .

As ex-Servicemen, they had not only dealt with the situations I feared most, but also those I could not imagine.

In dealing with these situations it will help you to know what is the best care.

While training schoolchildren to deal with threatening situations , they found many were making the wrong decisions.

Here one is dealing with social situations which are relatively unexplored and where sample surveys may be quite inappropriate.

Could she please come down and deal with the situation ?

Training manuals dealing with alcohol issues have been produced, including details on the law and dealing with difficult situations .

way

Liz suggested the following ways of dealing with her problems. 1.

They are looking for creative ways of dealing with the litigation explosion.

We emphasise in our report that we do not see those measures as a way of dealing with the shortfall.

The presently divided churches must discover ways to deal effectively with racism in their boards, institutions, and policies.

That was the way to deal with show-offs like Olivia Onions.

Project management is a disciplined way of dealing with change.

But others in the professional psychological field regard the institution as an effective and important way of dealing with grief.

I would then build on those ruins and come up with a way of dealing with the scene at hand.

ways

Liz suggested the following ways of dealing with her problems. 1.

Soldiers in all armies find ways to deal with bad officers.

Then, at least, the Policyholder can consider alternative ways of dealing with the loss.

Instead, men will have to find other ways of dealing with lack.

But the ways people can best deal with their own stress are as varied as the ways in which they express it.

There are a number of ways to deal with friends when this happens.

However, there are ways of dealing with stress, handling and overcoming problems.

There are sensible ways of dealing with it.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a done deal

Not a done deal Despite the agreement, the preservation of the Headwaters Grove still is not a done deal.

Still, there are many who say prions are not a done deal.

a good deal

Cowpland said he was willing to buy the company if he got a good deal.

I've spent a good deal of time preparing this report.

I got a really good deal on my car.

The price of the holiday includes free use of the tennis courts, the pool, and the gym. It's a very good deal.

They gave me a really good deal on my camera.

I am afraid there will be a good deal of suffering among the poor this winter.

In the United States the courts exercise a good deal of influence quite independently of the other branches of government.

It is based on a good deal of research and contains many valid insights.

It took a good deal of time for me and it to get together.

Strength in numbers will allow us to give customers a better deal.

The lower rates may be a better deal for most employers, but health coverage could be cut back too.

Yes, Sammler knew a good deal about Wharton Horricker.

a rough deal

All agreed they had a rough deal as their work often involved great pain.

Especially as he has been getting a rough deal from some sections of the crowd.

a sweet deal

It's a sweet deal for the families.

What a sweet deal that is-the stars get to look caring in exchange for prime time product placement.

make a big deal of/out of/about sth

But Vassar taught me that I could do whatever I wanted to do without making a big deal out of it.

raw deal

Comedy got a raw deal, though Stilgoe and Skellen had a neat song about Alan Titchmarsh.

He'd had a bit of a raw deal.

I just thought Blagg was getting a raw deal.

Rape on Screen Women tend to get a raw deal from the movies.

Still, aren't women getting a raw deal?

These kids think they got a raw deal.

We must recognise that they are getting a raw deal and are being victimised by the Government.

Which shows that it is worth complaining instead of just accepting a raw deal.

sb's side of a deal/bargain

square deal

Can not you trust me to ensure a square deal and to ensure even justice between man and man?

He likes the other fellow to have a square deal.

We believe that that is a square deal for the housing movement.

sweetheart deal

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Deal three cards to each player.

He was arrested for dealing cocaine.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Find out who the personnel are and, in particular, who deals with conservation matters or listed building applications.

His job at the White House had been to deal with the press.

However, not all problems can be dealt with mathematically.

She avoided, for example, dealing with anger, competition, or sadness.

The relationships of women to the health-care system and to the criminal law are dealt with in chapters 9 and 11 respectively.

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.