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cut a deal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcut a dealcut a dealto make a business deal A French company has reportedly cut a deal to produce software for government agencies. cut
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cut a dealGrateful Dead guitar guru Jerry Garcia may be dead, but he can still cut a deal.When they let me speak, I cut a deal.Why not cut a deal, before it was too late?Which trainees had cut deals for themselves?The president and Congress cut a deal on a balanced budget that exempts military spending from any cuts.The message is that the government will cut a deal with any threatened industry willing to pay through the nose.Or Republicans could try to cut a deal with congressional Democrats in the hope that Mr Clinton would come aboard later.The critics were not proposing to cut a deal with Hussein.
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