- 英[diːl wɪð]
- 美[diːl wɪð]
- 惠顾; 与…交易; 应付; 对待;
Overcrowding has taxed the city's ability to deal with waste.
He's happy that I deal with it myself.
They claim the council has prejudiced their health by failing to deal with asbestos.
He promised to appoint an AIDS czar to deal with the disease.
What it comes down to is, there are bad people out there, and somebody has to deal with them.
Once he had found his feet he was able to deal with any problem.
The salvage teams are already hard at work trying to deal with the spilled oil.
Dulcy also saw a psychiatrist who used hypnotism to help her deal with her fear.
McLaren are close to sealing a deal with Renault.
This has fuelled speculation that he is about to clinch a deal with an American engine manufacturer.
Change is often tough to deal with.
He announced a new ministry to deal with Quebec's threat to separate from Canada.
He concluded a deal with the Danish minister in Washington.
She could not, in good conscience, back out on her deal with him.
Security is being stepped up to deal with the increase in violence.
The police had had to deal with some of the most ferocious violence ever seen on the streets of London.
We wanted to be here early in case the whatsit, maintenance supervisor had forgotten to deal with it.
He won't be able to deal with the situation; he's too ineffectual.
We are faced with a backlog of orders we can't deal with.
我们面对一大堆未交付的订单. (在英国指担心订货积压不易脱手,又“无奈”意;在美国指生意兴隆,有 “ 踌躇满志”意)
He must deal with many difficulties.
He is beginning to deal with his anger in a constructive way.
The soldiers were trained to deal with incendiary attacks.
Leave him to his father; he'll deal with him.
The police had to take firm action to deal with the riots.
His poor method of learning by rote made him unable to deal with the problems in his work flexibly.
Watch out for harmful tendencies and deal with them the moment they crop up.
You should deal with him more politely.
We often deal with him.
deal with, cope with, dispose of, manage, handle
deal with： 既可指处理具体事情，也可指处理或解决具有抽象意义的问题。
cope with： 指成功地处理或对付更为重大，更为严重的问题或事物。
dispose of与deal with同义，普通用法。