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wheel and deal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwheel and dealwheel and dealBBPPto do a lot of complicated and sometimes dishonest deals, especially in politics or business wheel
Examples from the Corpus
wheel and dealIn their case, both ran as outsiders, a tricky strategy in a family known for its insider wheeling and dealing.There was more wheeling and dealing behind the cameras than in front of them.She had to concede that Adrienne could wheel and deal in more ways than one.What makes this cautionary tale so instructive is not just the details of back-room wheeling and dealing that relate specifically to Chicago.
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