There are 2 main translations of deal in Spanish

: deal1deal2

deal1

Pronunciation /diːl//dil/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(indicating amount)

      a great/good / fair deal of sth
      • it makes a great/good / fair deal of difference cambia mucho/bastante las cosas
      • I've given the question a great deal of thought he reflexionado mucho sobre el asunto
      • we haven't got a great deal of money no tenemos mucho dinero
      • there's not a great deal I can do to help no es demasiado lo que yo puedo hacer para ayudar
      • a deal of sth
      • there's a deal of work to be done hay un montón de trabajo que hacer

    • 1.2

      as adverb a great/good deal
      • we've seen her a great deal/ we've seen a great deal of her lately la hemos visto mucho / muy a menudo últimamente
      • he's a good deal smarter than he looks es bastante más inteligente de lo que parece
      • did you enjoy the party? — not a great deal ¿te divertiste en la fiesta? — no demasiado

  • 2

    • 2.1(agreement)

      trato masculine
      acuerdo masculine
      they shook hands on the deal cerraron el trato con un apretón de manos
      • it's a deal! ¡trato hecho!
      • the deal is on el trato sigue en pie
      • to do / make / cut a deal with sb hacer / cerrar un trato / hacer un pacto con algn
      • what's the deal? (what's the matter?) ¿qué pasa?
      • to make a big deal out of sth
      • I don't want to make a big deal out of it, but I had to pay ... no quiero hacer un problema por esto, pero tuve que pagar ...
      • she made such a big deal out of choosing a hat hizo tantos aspavientos para elegir un sombrero
      • it's no big deal no es nada del otro mundo
      • big deal!
      • so he's taking you to a dance, big deal! así que te lleva a un baile ¡pues vaya / mira tú!
      • a $5 token of their gratitude, big deal! $5 como muestra de su gratitud ¡qué generosidad!
      • I had to get up at six — big deal! me tuve que levantar a las seis — ¡qué horror!

    • 2.2(financial arrangement)

      acuerdo masculine
      a new deal for the clothing industry un nuevo acuerdo salarial para la industria de la confección
      • she got a very good deal when she left the company llegó a un buen arreglo económico al dejar la compañía
      • he got a very good deal out of the bank consiguió que el banco le ofreciera muy buenas condiciones
      • the New Deal política económica aplicada entre 1933 y 1940 por la administración del presidente Roosevelt
      • Successive attempts to broker a peace deal have failed.
      • I like what I do and I've been involved in a number of deals, negotiations and business transactions which have proved satisfying.
      • The fair, he said, generally ‘is the key to our business,’ producing deals that account for half of his company's sales.
      • Mr Firth said that Yorkshire business people were also becoming better networkers and he expected many businesses to benefit from deals secured at the event.
      • A little-known singer-songwriter has secured a multi-million pound record deal and television advertising contract.
      • The time is favourable for businessmen to enter into new deals.
      • This is a lousy week for mundane affairs, like balancing your chequebook, looking for a job or negotiating a business deal.
      • This is due to the government's incorrigible tendency to downplay the costs and exaggerate the benefits of the deal.
      • It was difficult ‘for people from the traditional and conservative professions to understand how these business deals are made’.
      • The pipeline is more than just a business deal, it's also highly political, because it's about access to oil.
      • The loss of Labour's majority in last week's local elections has upped the political stakes as opposition parties try to negotiate the best deal.
      • Bolton's Business Network International is currently enjoying a boom, successfully negotiating deals worth hundreds of thousands of pounds each year.
      • It was the deal the parties had mutually agreed to enter into when they first agreed to cohabit.
      • It's been reported that you're pursuing book deals, commercial sponsorship deals…
      • Venturi has another year left on his contract, but McCarthy's deal expires in March.
      • Financial matters and business deals are arranged according to your directions.
      • She has expressed concern at the government's multibillion-rand arms deals in the face of growing poverty.
      • Congratulations are also in order for the other parties in the deal: the governments of British Columbia and Canada.
      • The best that was on the market, Luis Castillo, signed a three-year lucrative deal with the Marlins yesterday.
      • But he got caught up in some shady real estate deals involving car lots.

    • 2.3(bargain)

      you'll get a better deal if you shop around lo conseguirás más barato si vas a otras tiendas

  • 3

    (treatment)
    trato masculine
    the disabled deserve a better deal los minusválidos merecen un mejor trato / algo mejor
    • the children had a very rough deal after their parents' divorce los niños sufrieron mucho a raíz del divorcio de los padres
    • she's had a raw deal in life la vida la ha tratado muy mal
    • He was born with so much talent, the sporting life has made him extremely rich, yet there is too often the sense of a man who believes he has been dealt a bad deal.
    • We were simply a resolute group of people determined to make the very best of a very bad deal.
    • Women have a particularly bad deal in the cancer stakes, according to Greaves.
    • A Conservative government with its ridiculous position of re-negotiating agreed treaties will only result in a bad deal for Britain.
    • In the meantime, however, Jantzie says the situation appears to be a bad deal for the teachers.
    • So it's a bad deal all around when the rights to associate are snuffed out or aren't granted in these countries.
    • And that means that any increase in taxes or cuts in benefits would lead to an already bad deal becoming much worse.
    • The councillor, like his Labour predecessor, points out that this city gets a bad deal from Whitehall.
    • The expectations are not always met and we always want to believe that we are at the receiving end of a bad deal all the time.
    • Dr Bass manages to combine humility with humanity and while he never exactly makes me feel good about having cancer, I feel that together we can make the best of a bad deal.
    • It is a thoroughly bad deal for our workers and our businesses.
    • The mark guarantees workers such as tea pluckers in Sri Lanka and banana farmers in the Windward Islands receive a reasonable deal.
    • Compared to members of other unitary authorities, Swindon councillors get a bad deal.
    • Ask those closest to the action if Scottish players get a better deal from the current boss.
    • In the meantime Esco workers will be stuck with a bad deal.
    • Jayamma felt she had a bad deal, but she didn't see any way of changing it.
    • If the offender thinks that he is getting a bad deal, he can always get redress in the courts.
    • Republicans often argue that Social Security is a bad deal for African-Americans.
  • 4

    Games
    reparto masculine
    it's my/your deal me toca a mí/te toca a ti dar / repartir
    • The player who received the first card from the deal may be known as eldest hand, or as forehand.
    • In the first deal, the player who holds the three of hearts leads to the first trick.
    • The four cards that are left over at the end of the deal are set aside until the end of the hand.
    • The 11 th card in the deal is turned face up, and placed on top of the trump/rank pile.
    • From the second deal onwards, players form partnerships according to their scores.
    • The card that was flipped up at the end of the deal is also trump.
    • After the deal but before the players pick up their cards, the top card of each hand is turned up.
    • If you draw a card of the trump rank during the deal, you are not obliged to expose it immediately or at all.
    • The first deal and the bidding are as in the six-player game, and the high bidder names trump.
    • The deal: the dealer deals 6 cards for the nest and the rest is dealt out to the players.
    • Older machines took 10 cards - the five needed for the deal and the five that might be needed for the draw.
    • No more cards will be drawn from the stock until the next deal.
    • Once all cards have been played, the deal rotates in a clockwise fashion.
    • The overall chances of drawing a certain card in the deal is the sum of these
    • During the deal, six cards are to be placed face down in the centre of the table to form a kitty.
    • So even if you fold, you may still get the chance to win the current pot on the following deal.
    • This can be done at any time during the deal by an active player who has a card matching their score.
    • After each hand, the deal passes to next player to the left of the previous dealer who is still in.
    • If both players pass, the bones are thrown in and the deal passes to the next player.
    • Occasionally it happens that a red three is turned up at the end of the deal as a start card for the discard pile.
    • After the deal there is an auction in which players bid the number of points their team will try to win.
    • In the old days, maybe a few hundred dollars rode on the last deal of a card in five stud or five draw.
    • It's your deal now," said one of the men, under his breath, "and see that this time you deal from the top."
    • In baccarat the deal goes counterclockwise around the table from player to player.
    • It was the last hand of the night and it was my deal.

    de las cartas


transitive verb

  • 1

    (cards) dar
    (cards) repartir
    to deal sb a good/bad hand darle a algn una buena/mala mano
    • I was dealt three aces me tocaron tres ases
  • 2

    to deal sb/sth a blow asestarle un golpe a algn/algo

intransitive verb

Games

  • 1

    dar
    repartir

There are 2 main translations of deal in Spanish

: deal1deal2

deal2

madera de pino, n.

Pronunciation /diːl//dil/

noun

  • 1

    (wood)
    madera de pino feminine
    pino masculine
    • This has red deal timber flooring, wainscoting to dado level, a baluster railing and plaster cornicing.
    • The paved back court, under which the kitchen and scullery were situated, was to include at its northern end a ‘seat or small building’ with deal columns.
    • No matter how late the family worked, when finished Vera scrubbed the table, made from deal, with sand soap perfectly clean for the early breakfast the next morning.
    • He still slept in his camp bed, and used a dining-table that he had made out of deal boards with four fencing posts for legs.