deals with someone or something
- be concerned with something
- to take action about something
- to handle someone or something
- We will have to plan our strategy to deal with the rising incident of theft.
- Don’t afraid of this project, this is very easy and we can deal with it.
- I don’t think I would be able to deal with Jones, he is very arrogant person.
- My brother usually deals with the people of Japan for business purposes.
- I am not going to deal with the property advisor; I will directly go to the owner of the house, to purchase that
before 900; (v.) Middle English delen, Old English dǣlan (cognate with German teilen ), derivative of dǣl part (cognate with German teil).
Could you please explain “deals in”?
- Samuel February 18, 2015
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