good deal


Definition of good deal

: a considerable quantity or extent : lot knows a good deal about disease a good deal faster

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he knows a good deal about the current situation in Africa

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Verge has been getting a good deal of attention, in part because of Zhang—a 28-year-old Ph.D. dropout female CEO who vows to find treatments for so-far-incurable neurological diseases by using artificial intelligence. Kevin Maney, Newsweek, "AI Promises Life-Changing Alzheimer's Drug Breakthrough," 29 Jan. 2018 This is not the best deal for the US The only way the US reaps most of the benefits from this deal, experts said, is if China and US sign a formal free-trade deal, since those agreements supersede WTO rules. Alex Ward, Vox, "Trump’s car deal with China is great — for other countries," 3 Dec. 2018 The video’s climax is a showcase of a good deal of Be Best merchandise, promoting Trump’s curious anti-bullying campaign. Bridget Read, Vogue, "Melania Trump Unveils the 2018 White House Christmas Decorations, and They’re Straight Out of Gilead," 26 Nov. 2018 The decision to drop the swimsuit competition created a good deal of controversy and criticism of current Miss America leadership. Fox News, "New Miss America is glad she didn't have to wear swimsuit to win," 10 Sep. 2018 And to be honest, that sounds like a better deal to me. Jessica Radloff, Glamour, "Everything the Women on The Bachelor Request From the Grocery Store," 7 Jan. 2019 All in all, the updated device seems like a better deal than before for consumers who want a sort-of-gaming-laptop that's portable and blends in—the move from the green Razer logo to the tone-on-tone logo alone improves things. Samuel Axon, Ars Technica, "The Razer Blade Stealth gets an overhaul with a 4K display and better graphics," 4 Dec. 2018 In places where insurance rates are inordinately high, paying for an XC40 via subscription could be a better deal than purchasing or leasing the car. Daniel Miller,, "Just like underwear, wine and vitamins: You can subscribe to the Volvo XC40," 29 June 2018 One team is going to offer someone a better deal than what’s in place, and that person is going to leave, Harvick explained. Michelle R. Martinelli, For The Win, "Kevin Harvick defends his dominance with Warriors-Cavs analogy," 22 June 2018

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First Known Use of good deal

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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