a new deal for the minersun nuevo acuerdo salarial para los mineros;we're looking for a better dealbuscamos un arreglo más equitativo
Mr Bush and John Major wanted a deal by January
it's a deal!¡trato hecho!
to doormake a deal with sbhacer un trato con algn;llegar a un acuerdo con algn
let's make a dealwe made a deal - you can't back out nowthis government does not make deals with terroriststhey offered to do a deal on the price of the houseJapan will have to do a deal with America on rice importsfor a settlement out of courtyou're not getting out of here until we make a dealto [strike] a deal with sbit's now known that the Reagan administration struck a deal with Iranthe informer managed to strike a deal with the police
the New Deal(US)(Pol)la nueva política económica de los EE.UU. aplicada por Roosevelt entre 1933 y 1940
pay dealacuerdo (m) salarial
it's a done dealespecially(US)es cosa hecha or segura;está atado y bien atado
2(transaction)trato (m);transacción (f)
the company lost thousands of pounds on the dealla empresa perdió miles de libras con ese trato or en esa transacción
arms dealventa (f) de armas
he was accused of being involved in covert arms deals with the Saudisthe supposedly secret arms deal was now public knowledge
big deal!¡vaya cosa!
he only asked me out for a drink, what's the big deal?solo me invitó a tomar algo por ahí, ¿qué tiene eso de raro?;this sort of thing happens every day, it's no big dealestas cosas pasan todos los días, no es nada del otro mundo
"I'm going to Mexico next week" — "big deal!""they offered me £200 compensation — big deal!""I had to have a filling at the dentist" — "big deal!"
business deal(between companies, countries)acuerdo (m)or trato (m) comercial;(by individual)negocio (m)
several US companies are expected to sign business deals during Yeltsin's visithe was involved in shady business deals with his former campaign treasurerhe lost much of his estimated Pounds 60 million fortune in a series of disastrous business deals in the Eightiesthe band were struggling along without a record dealhe needs a few thousand pounds to close the dealhe got himself a sponsorship deal with a brewery
to make a big deal (out) of sthdar mucha or demasiada importancia a algo
I tried not to make a big deal out of it but I was really annoyedintenté no darle mucha or demasiada importancia pero estaba muy enfadado;don't make such a big deal out of it!¡no hagas una montaña de un grano de arena!
some people make a big deal out of sexual preferenceshe'd stopped smoking, and she made a big deal of it
a bad/fair/good dealun trato malo/justo/bueno
homeowners are getting a bad deal from this governmentlos propietarios de viviendas están saliendo malparados con este gobierno;working women are not getting a fair deallas mujeres que trabajan no están recibiendo un trato justo
he got a bad/fair deal from themthe people of Liverpool have had a bad deal for many years
they are offering good deals on flights to Australiatienen viajes a Australia a muy buen precio
I got a really good deal at the car auction
he had a deal of work to dotenía mucho trabajo que hacer
a good deala great dealmucho
a good or great deal of moneyuna gran cantidad de dinero;mucho dinero;it can save you a good deal of timete puede ahorrar mucho tiempo;there's a good deal of truth in what you sayhay mucho de verdad en lo que dices;she's a good deal cleverer than her brotheres mucho or bastante más inteligente que su hermano;she knew a great deal about himsabía muchas cosas sobre él
you and I have a great deal in common
"does he get out much?" — "not a great deal"—¿sale mucho? —no mucho or demasiado;it means a great deal to mesignifica mucho para mí;he thinks a great deal of his fatheradmira mucho a su padre
he depended a great deal on his wife for supporthe'd never met him but he knew a great deal about him
the new law will not make a great deal of difference to the homelessla nueva ley apenas va a afectar a la gente sin hogar
it cost a great deal of moneya great good deal [of]
whose deal is it?¿a quién le toca dar or repartir?
I was too late for the deal, and missed the handhe shuffled the cards, ready for the dealis it my deal?it was your deal last time
to deal a blow to sth/sbser un golpe para algo/algn;the news dealt a severe blow to their hopes/the economyla noticia fue un duro golpe para sus esperanzas/la economía
the demise of the Soviet Union dealt a blow to communism worldwide
I was dealt a very bad hand(at cards)me dieron una mano malísima;(had bad luck)tuve muy mala suerte
woeful people who've been dealt a bad hand; They have been dealt a very bad hand through no fault of their own. It enabled her, after my father died, to bring up five children on her own, and not feel that she had been dealt a bad hand by life—HCI was dealt two kingshe dealt each player a card, face downhe was caught dealing drugs in the street
it's your turn to dealam I dealing?
1(wood)(pine)madera (f) de pino;(fir)madera (f) de abeto