Found 3 items, similar to deal.
English → Indonesian
banyaknya, berdagang, bersepakat, membagi, menjual, perjanjian, persetujuan, setuju
English → English
adj : made of fir or pine; “a plain deal table”
n 1: a particular instance of buying or selling; “it was a
; “I had no further trade with him”
a master of the business deal”
, business deal
2: an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after
discussion) fixing obligations of each; “he made a bargain
with the devil”
; “he rose to prominence through a series
of shady deals”
3: (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent;
“a batch of letters”
; “a deal of trouble”
; “a lot of
; “he made a mint on the stock market”
; “it must
have cost plenty”
, good deal
, great deal
, quite a little
, tidy sum
, whole lot
, whole slew
4: a plank of softwood (fir or pine board)
5: wood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir)
6: the cards held in a card game by a given player at any given
time; “I didn't hold a good hand all evening”
; “he kept
trying to see my hand”
7: the type of treatment received (especially as the result of
an agreement); “he got a good deal on his car”
8: the act of distributing playing cards; “the deal was passed
around the table clockwise”
9: the act of apportioning or distributing something; “the
captain was entrusted with the deal of provisions”
v 1: deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression;
“This book deals with incest”
; “The course covered all
of Western Civilization”
; “The new book treats the
history of China”
2: take action with respect to (someone or something); “How are
we going to deal with this problem?”
; “The teacher knew
how to deal with these lazy students”
3: take into consideration for exemplifying purposes; “Take the
case of China”
; “Consider the following case”
, look at
4: come to terms or deal successfully with; “We got by on just
a gallon of gas”
; “They made do on half a loaf of bread
, get by
, make out
, make do
5: administer or bestow, as in small portions; “administer
critical remarks to everyone present”
; “dole out some
; “shell out pocket money for the children”
; “deal a
blow to someone”
, mete out
, parcel out
, shell out
, deal out
, dish out
, dole out
6: do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood; “She
deals in gold”
; “The brothers sell shoes”
7: be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; “I can deal with
this crew of workers”
; “This blender can't handle nuts”
“She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old”
8: behave in a certain way towards others; “He deals fairly
with his employees”
9: distribute to the players in a game; “Who's dealing?”
10: direct the course of; manage or control; “You cannot conduct
business like this”
, carry on
11: give out as one's portion or share [syn: share
, divvy up
12: give (a specific card) to a player; “He dealt me the Queen
13: sell; “deal hashish”
English → English
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dealt
(d[e^]lt); p. pr. & vb.
.] [OE. delen, AS. d[=ae]lan, fr. d[=ae]l share;
akin to OS. d[=e]lian, D. deelen, G. theilen, teilen, Icel.
deila, Sw. dela, Dan. dele, Goth. dailjan. See Deal
1. To divide; to separate in portions; hence, to give in
portions; to distribute; to bestow successively; --
sometimes with out.
Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry? --Is.
And Rome deals out her blessings and her gold.
The nightly mallet deals resounding blows. --Gay.
Hissing through the skies, the feathery deaths were
2. Specifically: To distribute, as cards, to the players at
the commencement of a game; as, to deal the cards; to deal
one a jack.
(d[=e]l), n. [OE. del, deel, part, AS. d[=ae]l; akin
to OS. d[=e]l, D. & Dan. deel, G. theil, teil, Icel. deild,
Sw. del, Goth. dails. [root]65. Cf. 3d Dole
1. A part or portion; a share; hence, an indefinite quantity,
degree, or extent, degree, or extent; as, a deal of time
and trouble; a deal of cold.
Three tenth deals [parts of an ephah] of flour.
--Num. xv. 9.
As an object of science it [the Celtic genius] may
count for a good deal . . . as a spiritual power.
She was resolved to be a good deal more circumspect.
Note: It was formerly limited by some, every, never a, a
thousand, etc.; as, some deal; but these are now
obsolete or vulgar. In general, we now qualify the word
with great or good, and often use it adverbially, by
being understood; as, a great deal of time and pains; a
great (or good) deal better or worse; that is, better
by a great deal, or by a great part or difference.
2. The process of dealing cards to the players; also, the
The deal, the shuffle, and the cut. --Swift.
3. Distribution; apportionment. [Colloq.]
4. An arrangement to attain a desired result by a combination
of interested parties; -- applied to stock speculations
and political bargains. [Slang]
5. [Prob. from D. deel a plank, threshing floor. See
.] The division of a piece of timber made by
sawing; a board or plank; particularly, a board or plank
of fir or pine above seven inches in width, and exceeding
six feet in length. If narrower than this, it is called a
batten; if shorter, a deal end.
Note: Whole deal is a general term for planking one and one
half inches thick.
6. Wood of the pine or fir; as, a floor of deal.
, a fir tree. --Dr. Prior.
, v. i.
1. To make distribution; to share out in portions, as cards
to the players.
2. To do a distributing or retailing business, as
distinguished from that of a manufacturer or producer; to
traffic; to trade; to do business; as, he deals in flour.
They buy and sell, they deal and traffic. --South.
This is to drive to wholesale trade, when all other
petty merchants deal but for parcels. --Dr. H. More.
3. To act as an intermediary in business or any affairs; to
manage; to make arrangements; -- followed by between or
Sometimes he that deals between man and man, raiseth
his own credit with both, by pretending greater
interest than he hath in either. --Bacon.
4. To conduct one's self; to behave or act in any affair or
towards any one; to treat.
If he will deal clearly and impartially, . . . he
will acknowledge all this to be true. --Tillotson.
5. To contend (with); to treat (with), by way of opposition,
check, or correction; as, he has turbulent passions to
To deal by
, to treat, either well or ill; as, to deal well
by servants. “Such an one deals not fairly by his own
To deal in
(a) To have to do with; to be engaged in; to practice; as,
they deal in political matters.
(b) To buy and sell; to furnish, as a retailer or
wholesaler; as, they deal in fish.
To deal with
(a) To treat in any manner; to use, whether well or ill;
to have to do with; specifically, to trade with.
“Dealing with witches.”
(b) To reprove solemnly; to expostulate with.
The deacons of his church, who, to use their own
phrase, “dealt with him”
on the sin of
rejecting the aid which Providence so manifestly
held out. --Hawthorne.
Return . . . and I will deal well with thee.