deal in (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb deal in (1).

Meaning: to buy and sell something in order to make money

For example:

  • deal in sth Alan has set up a website that deals in old records and cassette tapes.

  • deal in sth The market is full of stalls that deal in everything from second-hand clothes to paintings and ceramics.

Nouns often used as objects with deal in (1): stamps, coins, records, rare books, second-hand clothes, stolen goods, used cars

Quick Quiz:

The police arrested him for dealing in

a. stolen cars

b. bank robberies

c. thieves and killers

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