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a business/peace/land deal
a deal with a German TV company
We think there was a deal between the CIA and the FBI.
We've cut a deal with Germany on wine imports.
We're 99% certain the deal will go through.
He nearly got the job but then the deal fell through.
I got a really good deal on my new computer.
This is the American English definition of deal. View British English definition of deal.
a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge
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