- ,done `deal noun count usually singularsomething that has already been decided and cannot be changed:He talks about it as if it were a done deal.
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done deal — noun : fait accompli thought the trade was a done deal * * * done deal, U.S. Informal. an accomplished fact; fait accompli: »The 50 percent raise [for members of Congress] is a done deal (barring miracles) (Sarasota Herald Tribune). * * * noun… … Useful english dictionary
done deal — UK / US noun [countable, usually singular] Word forms done deal : singular done deal plural done deals something that has already been decided and cannot be changed He talks about it as if it were a done deal … English dictionary
done deal — n. a completed deal; something that is settled. □ It’s too late. It’s a done deal. □ The sale of the property is a done deal. There is nothing that can be done now … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
done deal — noun Date: 1979 fait accompli < thought the trade was a done deal > … New Collegiate Dictionary
done deal — This expression is used to refer to an agreement or decision which has been reached on a certain matter. We re still considering several proposals, so it s not a done deal yet … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
done deal — An agreement even though a contract has not been signed; FAIT ACCOMPLI; a certainty. ► “May 1995’s job report reveals 2 consecutive months of declining payroll employment. Except for recession related periods, this has not occurred since the… … American business jargon
done deal — noun An agreement that has been finally resolved or decided. Syn: fait accompli … Wiktionary
Done deal — something finished or completed … Dictionary of Australian slang
done deal — Australian Slang something finished or completed … English dialects glossary