good deal

noun

Definition of good deal

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

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Examples of good deal in a Sentence

he knows a good deal about the current situation in Africa

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Though the rumours linking him to Napoli have died down recently, Trippier has been deemed surplus to requirements at Tottenham and Gli Azzurri might be able to get a good deal for him. SI.com, "5 Positions Napoli Must Strengthen to Challenge for the Scudetto Next Season," 7 July 2019 Let’s face it, having Thompson around for at least another four years is a pretty good deal for us all. Jon Becker, The Mercury News, "Klay Thompson uses DiCaprio to announce his new Warriors deal," 1 July 2019 Nelson’s in Stillwater, known for it’s explosively huge servings, feels like the best deal for the price, Brent says. Kathy Berdan, Twin Cities, "The Summer of Ice Cream and Parks: A Roseville dad and daughter take a sweet tour through the Twin Cities," 16 June 2019 Mungo’s lawyer, Mark Van Bavel, said the people who testified against Mungo were criminals just looking to get themselves a better deal. Talia Richman, baltimoresun.com, "Trial of teen accused of murdering a young Canton bartender goes to the jury," 14 June 2019 There is a good deal of internal visibility for worshippers, with a layout that takes internal security into account. William Thornton | Wthornton@al.com, al.com, "Birmingham firms collaborate to build new church at mass shooting site," 13 June 2019 The Steam Summer Sale has begun, bringing an abundance of good deals for gamers. Cameron Faulkner, The Verge, "Weekend deals on Razer laptops, an LG soundbar, and more," 23 June 2018 Abe will likely try to give Trump just enough to allow the U.S. president to declare that Japan has committed to a better deal for the U.S., but not so much that Abe looks like has caved into Trump’s demands. Ian Bremmer, Time, "5 Reasons Shinzo Abe Needs the U.S.-Japan Summit with Donald Trump to Go Well," 17 Apr. 2018 As the only Arizona journalist whose full-time job was covering the state House, Stephenson spent a good deal of his time on the floor. Antonia Noori Farzan, BostonGlobe.com, "As GOP spokeswoman in Ariz., Grisham yanked reporters’ access after critical coverage," 26 June 2019

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First Known Use of good deal

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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