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deal with somebody/something phrasal verb (see also )


رسیدگی کردن (به دعوی) ، اقدام کردن ، رسیدگی کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: رسیدگی کردن
deal with
[verb]
Synonyms:
- handle, attend to, cope with, get to grips with, manage, see to, take care of, treat
- be concerned with, consider
Contrasted words: misconduct, misdirect, mishandle, mismanage, disregard, ignore, neglect, burden, cumber, encumber
Related Words: control, direct, clear, rid, unburden
English Thesaurus: deal with something, handle, tackle, see to/attend to somebody/something, take care of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

deal with somebody/something phrasal verb (see also deal)

1. to take the necessary action, especially in order to solve a problem Synonym : handle:
a strategy for dealing with disruptive pupils
Don’t worry, I’ll deal with this.
deal with a problem/issue/matter etc
The council has failed to deal with the problem of homelessness in the city.
deal effectively/adequately etc with something
They should deal properly and fairly with any complaint.

2. if a book, speech etc deals with a particular subject, it is about that subject:
These ideas are dealt with more fully in Chapter Four.

3. to do business with someone or have a business connection with someone:
Most travel agents do not deal directly with these companies.

4. to succeed in controlling your feelings about an emotional problem so that it does not affect your life Synonym : cope with:
How’s he dealing with the whole thing?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

deal with

deal with a problem
Both countries are having to deal with the problem of violence in urban areas.
deal with an issue/matter/question
New laws were introduced to deal with the issue.
deal with a situation
For a while I had no idea how to deal with the situation.
deal with a crisis
The President has flown home to deal with the crisis.
deal with a complaint
Working in the Customer Service Department, you become an expert in dealing with complaints.
deal with an enquiry
Our staff will be able to deal with any enquiries.
deal with an emergency
All our ambulance drivers are trained to deal with emergencies.
deal with a challenge
I chose this job because I like having to deal with new challenges every day.
deal with something effectively
Most schools don't deal with the problem of bullying very effectively.
deal with something successfully
Most of these issues have now been successfully dealt with.
deal with something adequately
Our National Health Service does not deal adequately with the question of old age.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

deal with somebody

deal with a problem
Both countries are having to deal with the problem of violence in urban areas.
deal with an issue/matter/question
New laws were introduced to deal with the issue.
deal with a situation
For a while I had no idea how to deal with the situation.
deal with a crisis
The President has flown home to deal with the crisis.
deal with a complaint
Working in the Customer Service Department, you become an expert in dealing with complaints.
deal with an enquiry
Our staff will be able to deal with any enquiries.
deal with an emergency
All our ambulance drivers are trained to deal with emergencies.
deal with a challenge
I chose this job because I like having to deal with new challenges every day.
deal with something effectively
Most schools don't deal with the problem of bullying very effectively.
deal with something successfully
Most of these issues have now been successfully dealt with.
deal with something adequately
Our National Health Service does not deal adequately with the question of old age.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

deal with something

deal with a problem
Both countries are having to deal with the problem of violence in urban areas.
deal with an issue/matter/question
New laws were introduced to deal with the issue.
deal with a situation
For a while I had no idea how to deal with the situation.
deal with a crisis
The President has flown home to deal with the crisis.
deal with a complaint
Working in the Customer Service Department, you become an expert in dealing with complaints.
deal with an enquiry
Our staff will be able to deal with any enquiries.
deal with an emergency
All our ambulance drivers are trained to deal with emergencies.
deal with a challenge
I chose this job because I like having to deal with new challenges every day.
deal with something effectively
Most schools don't deal with the problem of bullying very effectively.
deal with something successfully
Most of these issues have now been successfully dealt with.
deal with something adequately
Our National Health Service does not deal adequately with the question of old age.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

deal with
1.deal with (someone)
to act in a specific way toward someone, to do business with someone
The company is planning to deal with the late employee soon.

2.deal with (something)
to be concerned with something, to take action about something
We will deal with the boxes tomorrow.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

deal with something
deal with (something)
to be concerned with something, to take action about something
We will deal with the boxes tomorrow.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

deal with
v. phr.
1. To conduct negotiations or business dealings with.
John refuses to deal with the firm of Brown and Miller.
2. To handle a problem.
Ted is a very strong person and dealt with the fact that his wife had left him much better than anyone else I know.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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