deal with

[diːl wɪð]


  • to do something to solve a problem;
  • when you try to overcome difficult situations in your life in order to live a normal life;
  • to be about a subject.

Examples 👇

Associated Press. Shelved CDC report includes detailed plans to deal with more coronavirus flareups. MarketWatch

Forsyth County Commissioners could soon have new rules to deal with those who mistreat animals in the community. Forsyth County News Online

Nations worldwide are dealing with the economic costs of the coronavirus pandemic. Forbes

Some tips on how to deal with 'coming out of lockdown anxiety'.  The Guide Liverpool

Watch now: Decatur council considers pension cuts, other ideas to deal with budget shortfall. Herald & Review

Everything we were already dealing with in February 2020 is now on steroids – we have something way more complex than a backlog. The Spinoff

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Tuesday, and underscored the need for a three-month plan to deal with the situation. Deccan Herald

WITH dentists shut except for emergencies, how do we now deal with toothache, bleeding gums and loose fillings? The Sun

From turning to their kids to re-shooting videos, teachers deal with online classes googly. The New Indian Express

A severe bleeding episode can be a tremendous test of patience, especially when I have responsibilities of my own to deal with. Hemophilia News Today

Ryedale District Council launches 'virtual' meetings to deal with planning decisions. The Scarborough News

In Charleston's Joseph Floyd Manor, vulnerable senior residents deal with rats, bedbugs. Charleston Post Courier

Coronavirus: How to deal with anxiety about returning to pre-Covid-19 life.