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"Deal Meaning In Bengali"

Deal (verb) - অংশ, মাত্রা, তাসবিলি

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Deal Meaning in Bengali. Deal শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Deal meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Deal".

"Deal Meaning"

Deal বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Deal in English? What does Deal mean? What is another word for Deal? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: deal, deal a blow, deal blow, deal in, deal making, deal makings, deal one in, deal out, deal with, deal-board,

Deal Example in a sentence

Deal Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for deal

If you find it impossible to deal with us, there is no harm done.

The people who come from here will be something to deal with.

As it is, the second party will have Leith's division to deal with.

It would cost a deal of hard labor, and Captain Fishley would be the only gainer.

But—if our pistols cannot kill this sorcerer, how are you going to deal with him?

I only aspire, then, to deal with these four forms which I have already suggested.

These are the questions with which I propose to deal in the following pages.

Let me deal then, as well as I can, with these two great thoughts.

I fancy that more than one knight will get more than he bargains for if he thinks he has me to deal with.

Ah, Dubravnik, you little know the men with whom we have to deal.

Deal History and Origin

History of: Deal

Word Origin & History

deal from O.E. dæl "part, share, quantity," and its verbal derivative dælan "to divide," from P.Gmc. *dailaz; also found in Balto-Slavic (cf. O.C.S. delu "part," Lith. dalis). Meaning "to distribute cards before a game" is from 1520s; business sense is 1837, originally slang. Meaning "an amount" is from 1560s. New Deal is from F.D. Roosevelt speech of July 1932. Big deal is 1928; ironic use first recorded 1951 in "Catcher in the Rye." To deal with "handle" is attested from mid-15c. Deal breaker is attested by 1975.

Deal Synonyms

pact accord transaction pledge contract arrangement compromise buy conception understanding prearrangement

Deal Definition

verb (used without object), dealt, dealing.
to occupy oneself or itself (usually followed by with or in):
Botany deals with the study of plants. He deals in generalities.
to take action with respect to a thing or person (followed by with):
Law courts must deal with lawbreakers.
to conduct oneself toward persons:
He deals fairly.
to be able to handle competently or successfully; cope (followed by with):
I can't deal with your personal problems.
to trade or do business (followed by with or in):
to deal with a firm; to deal in used cars.
to distribute, especially the cards in a game (often followed by out):
to deal out five hands of six cards each; your turn to deal.
Slang. to buy and sell drugs illegally.
Archaic. to have dealings or commerce, often in a secret or underhand manner (often followed by with):
to deal with the Devil.
verb (used with object), dealt, dealing.
to give to one as a share; apportion:
Deal me in.
to distribute among a number of recipients, as the cards required in a game:
Deal five cards to each player.
Cards. to give a player (a specific card) in dealing:
You dealt yourself four aces.
to deliver; administer:
to deal a blow.
Slang. to buy and sell (drugs) illegally.
Slang. to trade (an athlete) to another team.
a business transaction:
They closed the deal after a week of negotiating.
a bargain or arrangement for mutual advantage:
the best deal in town.
a secret or underhand agreement or bargain:
His supporters worked a number of deals to help his campaign.
Informal. treatment received in dealing with another:
He got a raw deal.
an indefinite but large quantity, amount, extent, or degree (usually preceded by good or great):
a good deal of work; a great deal of money.
  1. the distribution of cards to the players in a game.
  2. the set of cards in one's hand.
  3. the turn of a player to deal.
  4. the period of time during which a deal is played.
an act of dealing or distributing.
(initial capital letter) an economic and social policy pursued by a political administration:
the Fair Deal; the New Deal.
Obsolete. portion; share.
Verb phrases
deal off,
  1. Poker. to deal the final hand of a game.
  2. Slang. to get rid of or trade (something or someone) in a transaction.
cut a deal, Informal. to make an agreement, especially a business agreement:
Networks have cut a deal with foreign stations for an international hookup.
deal someone in, Slang. to include:
He was making a lot of dough in the construction business so I got him to deal me in.

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