deals with

deals with someone or something

Meaning:

  • be concerned with something
  • to take action about something
  • to handle someone or something

Examples:

  1. We will have to plan our strategy to deal with the rising incident of theft.
  2. Don’t afraid of this project, this is very easy and we can deal with it.
  3. I don’t think I would be able to deal with Jones, he is very arrogant person.
  4. My brother usually deals with the people of Japan for business purposes.
  5. I am not going to deal with the property advisor; I will directly go to the owner of the house, to purchase that

Origin:
before 900; (v.) Middle English delen, Old English dǣlan (cognate with German teilen ), derivative of dǣl part (cognate with German teil).

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