Podcast #107 Word Study for DEAL

Published in the category Grammar and Usage, Word Study

Whose turn is it to deal?
Whose deal is it?
I think it’s my deal.
Didn’t you deal the last hand?
The deal was passed to the next player.
The dealer dealt two cards to each player.
I was dealt three bad hands in a row.

I want to keep playing. Deal me in.
I think this will be a great investment. You can deal me in.

You have to play the hand you’re dealt.
You have to play the cards you’re dealt.

He deals in second-hand cars.
She used to deal in rare coins.
They say he deals in stolen goods.

Her husband is a used car dealer.
I’m learning to become a fine arts dealer.
The drug dealer was taken in by the police.

2012 was a good year for Toyota dealers.
RV dealers do better when gas is cheap.
My brother-in-law is a tractor dealer.

We have two Honda dealerships in our city.
He is thinking of buying a motorcycle dealership.

I got a good deal on my new swimming pool.
You can find fantastic deals on the Internet.

She planned her trip with American Airlines.
The hotel and car were part of their package deal.
If you stay at this resort, you get two meals a day. It’s a package deal.

That loan you got sounds like a shady deal.
He’s involved in a shady real estate deal.

I made a deal with my wife. I do the cooking and she does the cleaning up.
Here’s the deal. We’ll use my car and you pay for the gas.

It’s a deal.
Deal!
You’ve got a deal.
You’ve got yourself a deal.

I don’t know how to deal with my brother’s illness.
She doesn’t deal well with change.
If you’ve got a problem, just deal with it.

This book deals with poverty in America.
The documentary dealt with obesity in the young.

She deals well with her coworkers.
He deals poorly with his employees.

He spends a good deal of time on the computer.
She saves a great deal of money by using coupons.

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