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do a deal

This page is about the collocation do a deal

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to make an arrangement, esp. in business

For example

  • Have you done any deals with distributors in Asia yet?

  • You didn't talk about the deals we're doing with Microsoft, did you?

Note:
Related collocations include "cut a deal", "strike a deal", "close a deal" etc.

Quick Quiz

After doing a deal with their boss, the workers

a. ended their strike

b. went on strike

c. fired him

Contributor: Matt Errey