What Does That Mean "Good Deal?"


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Good deal is a noun phrase. This phrase is often followed by "of" in a sentence. It means a large number or a great amount or extent. It indicates something to a very great degree or extent. It denotes something in large indefinite amounts or quantity. Great deal, hatful, very much, heap, quite a lot, a considerable amount etc are the synonyms of this term.

It is used in many sentences in English and is a common expression to denote a great number of things. It is also considered as an idiom in English. This term is used in sentences like "she invested a good deal of money in this business venture". Another example of the usage of this term is "he is good deal like his mother in appearance and character".

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