Deal(s) with

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Phrasal verb: Deal(s) with

Spanish translation: 1.encargarse, 2. manejar, 3. concierne, 4. negociar 

Definition: 1. To give your attention to something or someone that needs your attention, 2. To handle a difficult situation or feeling, 3. work on a topic or an issue, 4. to have business relations with a person or business.

Used in sentences:

1. I could not deal with all of the issues the customer was complaining about.

2. The president of the organization said he would prefer that the lawyers deal with the client

3. The book deals with the issue of corporate security.

4. When you are in the travel business you deal with the airlines all of the time.

Related words or phrases: handle, manage, approach, discuss, concerns, negotiate

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