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Difference between Deal with someone and Make a deal with someone

deal with someone

1. have to do with a person:

  • Until the end of his term Britain has a statesman, and not a catch-vote politician, to deal with.

2. treat or behave towards a person in a manner specified:

  • We ourselves shall one time or other be dealt with as we deal with others.

make a deal with someonemake a bargain or business transaction with smb.:

  • He’s willing to “make a deal” with disgruntled investors to win their support.