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English definition


  • 1. social or verbal interchange (usually followed by `with')

  • 2. mutual dealings or connections or communications among persons or groups

  • 3. the act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities);

    • "no transactions are possible without him"
    • "he has always been honest is his dealings with me"

Example sentences

  • They have been accused of secrecy and high-handedness in their dealings.

  • Malcolm believed he was guilty of duplicity in his private dealings.

  • The banks should have been more circumspect in their dealings.

  • Have you had any previous dealings with this company?

  • I've had dealings with the lady, but I don't know her well.

  • He is straight in his dealings.

  • Don't have any dealings with that fellow.

  • All of his dealings are in the open.

  • All I knew about were Antony's own financial dealings, which were always above board.

  • The fellow is as sharp as a razor. Be careful in your dealings with him.

  • " Honesty is the best policy " was his creed in all his business dealings.

  • "I can very easily explain my dealings with them." — "I am sure you can, sir. But in the meanwhile I must ask you to come with me."

  • There was a lack of professionalism in their dealings.

  • He's forced to untangle a complex web of financial dealings.

  • The farmer who timed his dealings right has made a bomb.

Meaning of dealings

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