dealt

[ delt ]
/ dɛlt /

verb

simple past tense and past participle of deal1.

Nearby words

  1. dealfish,
  2. dealing,
  3. dealing box,
  4. dealings,
  5. dealmaker,
  6. deambulatory,
  7. deamidase,
  8. deamidation,
  9. deamidizing enzyme,
  10. deaminase

Related formsun·dealt, adjective

Origin of deal

1
before 900; (v.) Middle English delen, Old English dǣlan (cognate with German teilen), derivative of dǣl part (cognate with German Teil); (noun) in part derivative of the v.; (in defs 19, 23) Middle English deel, del(e), Old English dǣl

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British Dictionary definitions for dealt

dealt

/ (dɛlt) /

verb

the past tense and past participle of deal 1

Deal

/ (diːl) /

noun

a town in SE England, in Kent, on the English Channel: two 16th-century castles: tourism, light industries. Pop: 96 670 (2003 est)

deal

1
/ (diːl) /

verb deals, dealing or dealt (dɛlt)

noun

Word Origin for deal

Old English dǣlan, from dǣl a part; compare Old High German teil a part, Old Norse deild a share

deal

2
/ (diːl) /

noun

a plank of softwood timber, such as fir or pine, or such planks collectively
the sawn wood of various coniferous trees, such as that from the Scots pine (red deal) or from the Norway Spruce (white deal)

adjective

of fir or pine

Word Origin for deal

C14: from Middle Low German dele plank; see thill

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Word Origin and History for dealt
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Idioms and Phrases with dealt

deal

In addition to the idioms beginning with deal

  • deal in
  • deal out
  • deal with

also see:

  • big deal
  • close the sale (deal)
  • cut a deal
  • done deal
  • good deal
  • make a federal case (big deal)
  • no deal
  • raw deal
  • square deal
  • sweeten the kitty (deal)
  • wheel and deal
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