Deal – traiter, distribuer, revendre


retour aux verbes irréguliers

Infinitive: to deal
Present Participle: dealing
Past Simple: dealt
Past Participle: dealt

Present
Present Simple I deal
You deal
He/She/It deals
We deal
They deal
Present Continuous I am dealing
You are dealing
He/She/It is dealing
We are dealing
They are dealing
Present Perfect I have dealt
You have dealt
He/She/It has dealt
We have dealt
They have dealt
Past
Past Simple I dealt
You dealt
He/She/It dealt
We dealt
They dealt
Past Continuous I was dealing
You were dealing
He/She/It was dealing
We were dealing
They were dealing
Past Perfect I had dealt
You had dealt
He/She/It had dealt
We had dealt
They had dealt
Future
Future Simple I will deal
You will deal
He/She/It will deal
We will deal
They will deal
Future Continuous I will be dealing
You will be dealing
He/She/It will be dealing
We will be dealing
They will be dealing
Future Perfect I will have dealt
You will have dealt
He/She/It will have dealt
We will have dealt
They will have dealt
Conditional
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would deal
You would deal
He/She/It would deal
We would deal
They would deal
Third I would have dealt
You would have dealt
He/She/It would have dealt
We would have dealt
They would have dealt

Useful language:
to deal with (a problem) : régler, s’occuper
wheeling and dealing : manigancer, trafiquer
Big deal! et alors? quand on veut montrer que ce n’est pas très important

Sachez que le verbe deal veut dire plus que “revendre des drogues”. En anglais, c’est simplement faire des affaires, donc on peut avoir aussi:
car dealer: concessionnaire
antique dealer: antiquaire

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