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address to direct attention to; deal with or be concerned with. [1/9 definitions]
awkward difficult to use, deal with, or manage. [1/4 definitions]
bootleg to deal illegally in the making, conveyance, or sale of something. [1/4 definitions]
boycott to refuse to buy, use, attend, or deal with (a product, activity, business, or the like), usu. as a protest or means of persuasion. [1/2 definitions]
buck4 an object such as a buckhorn knife that was formerly placed before a player in a poker game to indicate the responsibility to deal.
CCC abbreviation of "Civilian Conservation Corps," the New Deal program in the U.S. (1933-42) that provided conservation work for the unemployed during the Great Depression, through activities such as constructing and maintaining buildings and trails for state and national parks.
Civilian Conservation Corps the New Deal program in the U.S. (1933-42) that provided conservation work for the unemployed during the Great Depression, through activities such as constructing and maintaining buildings and trails for state and national parks.
come to grips with to deal with directly; cope with. [1/2 definitions]
complicated hard to understand; difficult to deal with. [1/2 definitions]
cope1 to deal with problems and responsibilities, esp. in a calm or rational way. [1/2 definitions]
cover ground to accomplish or deal with. [1/2 definitions]
crank (informal) an ill-tempered person; one who complains a great deal. [1/6 definitions]
cross-grained (informal) stubborn or hard to deal with. [1/2 definitions]
dealt past tense and past participle of deal1.
dispose of to deal conclusively with; take care of. [1/2 definitions]
dole to deal out or distribute (food, money, or the like) in small amounts to needy people (usu. fol. by out). [1/4 definitions]
financial of or pertaining to money or those who deal in finance and credit.
go for all the marbles (slang) to risk a great deal hoping for a big gain.
guttersnipe an outcast child who spends a great deal of time on the streets and who may look dirty, ill-nourished and ill-clothed; street urchin. [1/2 definitions]
handful (informal) one that is difficult to deal with or control. [1/3 definitions]
handle to deal with; manage. [1/6 definitions]