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- (transitive) To handle verbally or in some form of artistic expression; to address or discuss as a subject.
- (transitive) To take action with respect to (someone or something).
- 1964 September, “Motive Power Miscellany: BR Workshops”, in Modern Railways, page 220:
- Work on anti-frost precautions on diesel locomotives is to be speeded up to ensure that most if not all locomotives have been dealt with before the winter sets in.
- The teacher knew how to deal with these lazy students.
- (transitive) To consider, as an example.
- (transitive) To come to terms with; to overcome any difficulties presented by.
- We deal with having just a gallon of gas.
- Thankfully he'd dealt with such issues before, so he had all the necessary experience.
- (transitive) To be in charge of, act on, or dispose of.
- (transitive) To behave in a certain way towards.
- He deals fairly with his employees.
- 1611, The Holy Bible, […] (King James Version), London: […] Robert Barker, […], OCLC 964384981, Ezekiel 23:25:
- And I will set my ielousie against thee, and they shall deale furiously with thee: they shall take away thy nose and thine eares, and thy remnant shall fall by the sword: they shall take thy sonnes and thy daughters, and thy residue shal be deuoured by the fire.
- (come to terms with successfully): come to terms with, contend with, cope with, get by with, grapple with, make do with, make out with, manage with
- (behave in a certain way towards): interact with
handle verbally or in some form of artistic expression
take action with respect to (someone or something)
consider, as of an example
come to terms with successfully
behave in a certain way towards
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