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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Built in 1990, the two-story home features such outdoor spaces as a second-story deck, a patio with a spa and a landscaped backyard with a pool.(Realtor.com) Is $2.349 million a good deal for the former Tarzana home of Randy Jackson? Jack Flemmingstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, "Randy Jackson’s former Tarzana home makes its way to market once more," 28 Aug. 2019 The problem, of course, is that technology and entertainment companies have spent a good deal of time and money designing their products to be as enticing, attention-absorbing, and dopamine-driven as possible. Sarah Todd, Quartz at Work, "What to do when you’re bored at work," 27 Aug. 2019 About half of Entertainment One's revenue comes from outside the U.S. Tinker also noted that the declining value of Sterling made Entertainment One, which is listed in London, a better deal for an American company. Bloomberg Wire, Dallas News, "Hasbro to buy Peppa Pig's owner for $4 billion," 22 Aug. 2019 Its approval also prevents an open and competitive approach that MGM said would result in a better deal for Connecticut residents. Stephen Singer, courant.com, "MGM Resorts sues Interior Department over decision to allow Connecticut tribes to operate an East Windsor casino," 7 Aug. 2019 Fenerbahce are eager to take the Turk on loan, which sounds like a good deal for everyone involved. SI.com, "Transfer Rumours: Umtiti to Man Utd, Zappacosta to Leave Chelsea, Liverpool Eye Wonderkid & More," 31 July 2019 McCulley is now based in New York City and still spends a good deal of time on the road. Diane Daniel, BostonGlobe.com, "A Q&A with Adventurous Kate," 30 July 2019 Here, the best deals for readers on Amazon Prime Day 2019. Annabel Gutterman, Time, "Here Are the Best Amazon Prime Day Deals for Readers," 15 July 2019 While the vehicles usually run about $60,000, Khalsa said a manufacturer in Phoenix who believed in their cause gave them a good deal for significantly less. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Couple launches food truck to bring meals, compassion to homeless," 18 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of good deal

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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