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|present participle||dealing with|
|past tense||dealt with|
|past participle||dealt with|
The government must now deal with the problem of high unemployment.
I spent the morning dealing with my emails.
This is a matter that would be best dealt with by the police.
She's dealing with her father's death very well.
He's not great at dealing with stress.
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the long central part of a church where people sit
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