Definition of 'deal with'
Example sentences containing 'deal with'
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Her mind had not had time to deal with the wider implications of all that sadistic megalomania trapped inside the woman who ruled Medalon. TREASON KEEP (2001)In a time of greater openness, somebody still has to get into the sewer to deal with the rats. CHAMELEON (2002)He's negotiating a deal with American publishers for his memoirs. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'deal with'
British English: deal with /diːl wɪð/ VERB
When you deal with a situation or problem, you do what is necessary to achieve the result you want.
How do you deal with an uninvited guest?
- American English: deal with
- Arabic: يَتَعَامَلُ مَعَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lidar com
- Chinese: 处理
- Croatian: nositi se
- Czech: řešit
- Danish: tage sig af
- Dutch: aanpakken
- European Spanish: ocuparse de
- Finnish: käsitellä
- French: s’occuper de régler
- German: kümmern um (sich)
- Greek: αντιμετωπίζω
- Italian: affrontare
- Japanese: 扱う
- Korean: 다루다
- Norwegian: handle med
- Polish: poradzić sobie z
- European Portuguese: lidar com
- Romanian: a se ocupa de
- Russian: справляться с
- Spanish: ocuparse de
- Swedish: hantera
- Thai: จัดการ
- Turkish: ilgilenmek
- Ukrainian: мати справу з
- Vietnamese: xử lý
Definition of deal with from the Collins English Dictionary
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