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
Recent Examples on the Web That’s a good deal since many over-the-counter whitening solutions and strips can cost more for a single purchase. Ellen Mcalpine, CNN Underscored, "Personalize your teeth whitening experience with this $49.99 at-home kit," 3 July 2020 Spotting a deal on Amazon may be as easy as heading to the site's deals section, but spotting a good deal? Nicole Briese, USA TODAY, "The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Tuesday," 1 July 2020 One thing that comes close to rivaling a runner's high (or second wind) is the satisfaction of snagging a really good deal on brand new workout gear. Karina Hoshikawa, refinery29.com, "Score Up To 40% Off A New Workout Outfit," 25 June 2020 In Dallas, Lamb will be farther down the list of concerns for opposing defenses, meaning Lamb will see a good deal of snaps against No. 3 cornerbacks -- advantage Lamb. John Owning, Dallas News, "Film room: 3 Cowboys rookies who will outperform their draft slot, including the potential steal of the entire 2020 class," 24 June 2020 There's a good deal of attention to detail in the simulation of the racing cars and tracks in ACC. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, "Assetto Corsa Competizione," 23 June 2020 The huge Disney library is filled with content families will enjoy, so if that sounds good to you, the monthly subscription fee seems like a good deal. oregonlive, "Broadway musical ‘Hamilton’ comes to Disney Plus next week: Here’s how you can watch it for free," 22 June 2020 The process took eight weeks and cost Mr. Pen just over $1,000—a good deal for custom tailoring. Jacob Gallagher, WSJ, "How to Buy a (Good) Custom Suit Online," 13 June 2020 The luckiest among us has just enough money to invest, so who can blame us for shopping for a good deal? Allison Morrow, CNN, "Fox News wants to tell you what Tucker Carlson really meant," 12 June 2020

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First Known Use of good deal

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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6 Jul 2020

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“Good deal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/good%20deal. Accessed 8 Jul. 2020.

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