dealnoun

  • ja取引
  • enan agreement between two or more parties that helps each in some way

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No, you can't fit in that thing.
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That's not deep enough.
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Oh, yeah?
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If I can't, I'll knock 5 bucks off the price of the unit.
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Alright, you have yourself a deal.
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Okay.
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The best negotiation is the one that you can walk away from.
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When you can do that, you're good.
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But don't ever come to a negotiating table trying to rob somebody or something.
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"Oh, I'm gonna get them for 75%, and it's gonna be my company."
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You just started that deal wrong, even if you got it.
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You may walk away with a bigger ego.
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But you already started that money with the wrong energy.
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I don't ever go into a deal trying to out-hustle anybody.
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The deal is real.
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You said you wanted to take the deal.
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No, what I wanted was a good New York sandwich.
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I figured it's gonna be a while before I get another one.
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Netflix says it inked deals with around 75 brands for the upcoming series of 'Stranger Things,'
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including Coca-Cola, H&M, and Baskin-Robbins.
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Netflix’s biggest rivals are also working on innovative ways to advertise to us without interrupting our marathon-viewing sessions.
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Okay, Gintars.
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Remember, the deal is you cannot tell Nikolaj you're his father.
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Who Gintars?
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I'm Billy Hanukkah.
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I'm from the Bronx, Manhattan.
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I eat pizza at the Famous Ray's.
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German auto parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen is buying its US rival TRW for roughly $11.7 billion.
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The deal will create the world's second-largest automotive supplier by sales.
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The merged company will have potential annual revenue of about $41 billion and employ 138,000 people.
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Karen, any news from that law firm?
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Yeah, the deal closed yesterday.
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It's a 6-month commitment.
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Shares of Netflix are finally getting a small reprieve after inking a deal with Dreamworks Animation.
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Now, Dreamworks wants Netflix to run its film and TV specials in the deal.
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That makes it the first time a major studio is picking a streaming service over paid TV for its films.
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Now, Dreamworks is run by Jeffrey Katzenberg.
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And it's the company behind successful movie franchises like 'Madagascar' and 'Shrek.'
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You need to make a deal with my companies.
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Taking existing companies and just calling them new isn't sophisticated.
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That's theft.

Other meanings for deal...

dealverb

  • ja取引する
  • ento do business; to trade
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Clients would rather deal with men when it comes to figures.
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I lose a promotion because of some idiot prejudice.
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Spare me the women's lib crap, okay?
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Today is gonna be a bitch.
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You gonna deal with a lot of irate customers today.
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It will be long, and your resolve will be tested.
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But what can I say?
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This is why we carry the free mace.
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- Remove the safety off the nozzle. - Come on, Q! Hey!
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I've spent, unfortunately, over $100,000 dealing with the City,
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trying to get permits, running in circles, going nowhere.

dealverb

  • ja対処する、取り扱う
  • ento be able to handle successfully; to cope
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Oh, I'm just gonna deal with it.
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I'm just gonna deal with it.
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I gotta get out of here.
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I wanna see the police report for Richie Fife.
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Can someone deal with this?
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I'm not going away.
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I drink coffee, and have sex, and buy pies, and enjoy battery-operated devices.
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If you can't deal with that, I will find another housekeeper who can.
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You can write a formal complaint.
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But for now, we gotta deal with this situation.
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June.
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I'll deal with this, but you have to go now.
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Brandi, I'm sure you're very nice.
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But I'm dealing with losing the love of my life,
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and I just need some time.

dealverb

  • ja論じる
  • ento have as a subject or discuss
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Beth, we're closed at the moment.
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Where is she?
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Who?
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My sister-in-law.
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Well, I'm no lawyer.
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But I believe it's the Fourth Amendment that deals with unlawful search and seizure.
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This search is voluntary.
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Sure doesn't look voluntary to me.
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Does anyone have anything to say about having it all?
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Or, hey, even business in general.
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The problem, Gabe, with the question of having it all is that it deals with externals.
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"What have I done?
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What do I own?"
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None of this matters.
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What matters is what's happening internally, if you're happy from within.
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That is an amazing answer.
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In retrospect, the film deals with what parenthood looks like today.
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And also I think just how we—
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It's so insane to me that we live in a time where we share so much information.
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We share the medication that we take,
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whether it's through social media or whatever.
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But for some reason, when it comes to parenting, there's still so much stigma around it.
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And we just don't talk about a lot of stuff that parents go through.
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'Annihilation' isn't what you'd call a feel-good flick.
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Directed by Alex Garland, this sci-fi movie deals with some heavy themes like regret, infidelity, and depression.
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Sometimes, the magic “objects” in Disney movies even have lives of their own.
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We see these living objects in movies dealing with the question of what it means to be human.
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In 'Beauty and the Beast,' the castle staff have been turned into household objects.
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Ah, human again.
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Human again.
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Yes, think what that means.