deal with


deal with
phr verb
Deal with is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑article, ↑chapter, ↑document, ↑film, ↑paper, ↑report, ↑review, ↑staff, ↑study, ↑survey, ↑talk, ↑writing
Deal with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑affair, ↑aftermath, ↑anxiety, ↑aspect, ↑backlog, ↑business, ↑call, ↑complaint, ↑correspondence, ↑crisis, ↑customer, ↑difficulty, ↑dispute, ↑disturbance, ↑emergency, ↑emotion, ↑enquiry, ↑finance, ↑formality, ↑grief, ↑hazard, ↑incident, ↑injury, ↑issue, ↑mail, ↑matter, ↑mess, ↑paperwork, ↑problem, ↑query, ↑question, ↑red tape, ↑rejection, ↑relationship, ↑request, ↑revolt, ↑shortage, ↑situation, ↑subject, ↑tantrum, ↑thing, ↑topic, ↑unrest, ↑vermin, ↑waste

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