deal 1 vb dealt, deal·ingvt: to carry on the business of buying or esp. selling (something)deal ing drugsvi1: to engage in bargaining2: to sell or distribute something as a business or for moneydeal ing in real estatedeal in stolen propertydeal 2 n1: an act of dealing: a business transaction2: an arrangement for mutual advantage (as for a defendant to testify in exchange for immunity from prosecution)
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
agreement, arrangement, bargain, business transaction, commerce, commercial transaction, compromise, contract, exchange, merchantry, negotiation, operation, pact, pledge, purchase, trade, transaction, understanding
associated concepts: agreement to sell or exchange, dealer, dealings, lump sum deal, trade deals
bargain, barter, buy and sell, carry on negotiations, commercialize, do business, do business with, drive a trade, exchange, export and import, handle, have business relations, have commerce, have dealings with, have to do with, make arrangements, market, merchandise, negotiate, open a trade, open an account with, sell, trade, trade with, traffic, traffic in, turn over
associated concepts: agreement to sell or exchange, cessation of dealing, dealer, dealing and trading, dealing at arm's length, dealing in, dealing in goods, dealing in property, dealing in securities, dealings, trade deals, transacting business
agreement (contract), allocate, allot, attornment, barter, bestow, compact, compromise, contract, dicker, dispense, disperse (disseminate), distribute, dole, exchange, give (grant), haggle, inflict, league, pact, project, sort, split, stipulation, trade (commerce), trade, transact, transaction, treaty
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To conduct business; to buy and sell a particular commodity.n.(1) An arrangement between two or more parties that works to their mutual benefit.(2) A transaction that involves buying or selling something.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.