Translation of dealing in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈdilɪŋ/ /ˈdiːlɪŋ/

See Spanish definition of tráfico


  • 1

    • 1.1(business methods)

      the company has a reputation for honest/shady dealing la empresa tiene fama de honradez en los negocios/de hacer negocios turbios

    • 1.2dealings plural(contacts, relations)

      relaciones feminine
      trato masculine
      his dealings with the press sus relaciones / su trato con la prensa
      • I've never had dealings with her nunca he tratado con ella
      • my dealings with him are purely professional solo trato con él por razones de trabajo
      • the company has dealings with the Far East la compañía tiene negocios con el Lejano Oriente
      • The original draft called for associates to refrain from ‘all social intercourse and dealings with disloyal persons’.
      • The strange thing is I hardly know the fellow and have had no personal dealings with him.
      • A kind, good natured and most conscientious gentleman, Jimmy was well qualified in his career and always brought the personal touch to his dealings with people.
      • I said that I'd always kept all my dealings and associations out in the open, and that I wouldn't do it, thank you.
      • He was a thoroughly ethical person in all his dealings, personal and political.
      • Pleasant and affable in his dealings with people, he commanded great regard throughout the community.
      • But I know from everyday dealings with people dealing with difficult moral situations that the subtlety or complexity of the issues they face can be almost overwhelming.
      • They emphasised that volunteers must be non-judgmental in their dealings with people and non-directive in their counselling.
      • He was very gracious in his dealings with people.
      • ‘Confidence in the system starts with people's everyday dealings with the police,’ Wallace rightly points out.
      • He is a people person, as is demonstrated in his career, which meant constant dealings with people, and in his concern about the problems of people of all ages in New Zealand.
      • The service provided guarantees complete confidentiality in all dealings and contacts with victims and all services are provided free of charge.
      • I'm finding that I'm starting to incorporate honesty a bit more often into my dealings with people lately.
      • Yet, he was most diplomatic in his dealings with people of other persuasions, always respecting their views and loyalties.
      • I think one thing about it is just that day to day, in my dealings with people, my mother raised me right, so I try to be polite.
      • Does that also make me less open in my dealings with my fellow man?
      • In fact, stereotypical thinking plays a more powerful role in our dealings with people from other cultures than we care to admit.
      • A man of many noble qualities, Frank was always conscientious in his dealings with people.
      • So it is little surprise that teachers feel this collapse of their authority in their dealings with young people.
      • My only direct dealing with the intelligence services was as a Minister of the Crown involved in a citizenship case.
      • We're certainly looking into real estate transactions and business dealings.
      • They have achieved that through sound business dealings and good management.
      • Settlements and compromises in business dealings are made through mediation and discussion.
      • A senior figure from the business community likened his dealings with Mulvihill to those with Japanese businessmen.
      • A hundred years ago Bradford's beautiful Wool Exchange resounded with dealings of bowler-hatted haggling merchants.
      • Soros professes his allegiance to two masters: maximizing private profit in his market dealings and the public good in his philanthropy.
      • Tang has asked the public to put up with a jittery stock market while his government cracks down on illicit dealings among politicians and businessmen.
      • Now this is, by all outward appearances, an adult, grown woman who seemed to have her faculties about her and could engage in reasonable dealings in the business world.
      • As a consequence of their experience dealing with the private sector, the public is becoming accustomed to transparent transactions in their commercial dealings.
      • This focus on broader engagement is further emphasised when it comes to the organisation's dealings with the business community.
      • As a result, the firm will need to have very scrupulous business practices in its dealings with those to whom it sells its services.
      • The probe appears to center on his dealings with several businesses in his district, including one that reportedly paid off some of his credit card bills
      • There are millions who never resort to violence or abuse others, who never are dishonest, selfish or greedy in their business dealings.
      • After bringing the railways to the city, he fell from grace over dodgy financial dealings.
      • All sides were bound by shady dealings in drugs and weapons.
      • I have never had any financial dealings or any financial contact with him, " added Mr Lowry.
      • Whatever your feelings about his illegal dealings with an Indian bookmaker, he was a real leader of men.
      • She too was upset at city council for backroom dealings.
      • He knew them from previous dealings on behalf of the company of which he had been a director.
      • Neither had been unduly concerned about the initial probe into foreign exchange dealings at the bank.

  • 2

    • 2.1(trafficking)

      tráfico masculine
      • Mrs Wood said 50 of the tablets in his house belonged to a friend and that all his drug dealing had been to ‘friends and acquaintances’.
      • Drug dealing was perceived to be the biggest problem by around 10 per cent of both groups who completed the questionnaire.
      • Police will also have the power to charge owners or managers allowing the dealing of drugs.
      • However, defence witnesses have claimed that the state of the negotiations at the time of the share dealing was so uncertain as to make any knowledge non-price sensitive.
      • But criminal laws already exist which prohibit such racist harassment, along with the drug dealing and violence the government says it wants to stamp out.
      • Share dealing can be accomplished with just a couple of clicks of the mouse or even down the telephone line.
      • Share dealing is supposed to be people risking their money in order to gain high profits.
      • Drug dealing is not simply a business transaction: it exploits people.
      • Most of them relate to the failure of directors to notify dealings in shares within the prescribed period, which is five days.
      • In 1995 angry shareholders wrote to the department demanding an inquiry amid allegations of improper share dealings by the controlling director of the company.
      • Alien smugglers are also often involved in murder and drug dealings, so local officials believe their efforts will have a multiplier effect on other crime.
      • Regrettably, no shareholder asked any questions about the substantial director share dealings that have taken place in recent months.
      • That same day the Department of Trade and Industry announced it was to re-open its inquiry into his share dealings.
      • Most Americans will not give two hoots that share dealings start in New York today, and who can blame them?
      • He denied using false names or addresses in his car dealings.
      • Three were imprisoned for robbery, one for theft and one for drug dealing.
      • The late Mr. Carroll was a farmer by occupation and was involved in the cattle dealing business in his younger days.
      • He used Rease as one of a number of ‘foot soldiers’ to front lucrative crack dealing businesses in the city.
      • There are few issues more contentious than directors' share dealings.
      • An investor tracking the directors' share dealings would have made substantial gains and significantly outperformed the market.

    • 2.2British (on stock exchange)

      transacciones feminine
      dealing was ordealings were suspended in the company's shares se suspendió la cotización en bolsa de la compañía
      • in heavy dealing en medio de una fuerte actividad