Dealing [noun]

Definition of Dealing:

business relations

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Sentence/Example of Dealing:

It runs a series of clips of Joe Biden responding to questions about his son’s business dealings in interviews.

Neither author has engaged in any material business dealings with WeatherCheck, Arctaris, or Four Points.

Nevertheless, if you’re only going to watch one Danish drama, it should be the political series Borgen, which ran for three seasons from 2010 to 2013 and is sort of like The West Wing with more shady dealings and coincidences.

Because after eight years of a very strong grip on power that Prime Minister Abe had, now it’s back to the old work of smoky backroom dealings, trying to pick a successor.

Credit Suisse was criticized by Finma two years ago over its failure to properly oversee a former star wealth manager convicted of fraud, as well as its dealings with soccer’s governing body FIFA and two South American oil companies.

Activists have criticized the company for its work, including for its dealings with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency—the agency that has enforced controversial child separations.

The video aptly depicts this section as the official spatial zone with the low-table that stored all the important documents and business dealings.

A little practice makes the pupil prompt in dealing with any figures whatever.

His avarice was disgusting beyond words, and with avarice went a tendency to underhand dealing, harshness, and malice.

The Swiss soon found out that in Hephzibah he was dealing with a truthful girl; for the tale, though oft repeated, never varied.