Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
Japanese management must learn how to deal with American workers, he said.
She is a difficult person to deal with.
Nancy is a hard girl for me to deal with.
We have a lot of problems to deal with.
Today I haven't dealt with the things I wanted to deal with; I'll have to work overtime again.
His intelligence and experience enabled him to deal with the trouble.
He is hard to deal with.
In order to deal with repeat offenders, Mr Johnson is also establishing a "two strikes and you're out" policy - serious breaches of the rules will result in permanent removal of free travel rights.
I tried to in vain to deal with the problem.
I can't bear to deal with her anymore.