Translation: from spanish

to seal a deal

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  • seal a deal — seal a victory/deal/agreement/ phrase to make a victory deal agreement etc certain or complete McNab sealed the win with a spectacular third strike. We shook hands to seal the deal. Thesaurus: to reach, or to enter into an agreementsynony …   Useful english dictionary

  • seal the deal — verb to come to an agreement, to finalise the deal …   Wiktionary

  • seal a victory — seal a victory/deal/agreement/ phrase to make a victory deal agreement etc certain or complete McNab sealed the win with a spectacular third strike. We shook hands to seal the deal. Thesaurus: to reach, or to enter into an agreementsynony …   Useful english dictionary

  • seal a agreement — seal a victory/deal/agreement/ phrase to make a victory deal agreement etc certain or complete McNab sealed the win with a spectacular third strike. We shook hands to seal the deal. Thesaurus: to reach, or to enter into an agreementsynony …   Useful english dictionary

  • seal — ▪ I. seal seal 1 [siːl] noun [countable] a mark that has a special design and shows the legal or official authority of a person or organization: • the Presidential seal ˌcommon ˈseal LAW a mark pressed into the paper of formal company documents:… …   Financial and business terms

  • seal */*/ — I UK [siːl] / US [sɪl] verb [transitive] Word forms seal : present tense I/you/we/they seal he/she/it seals present participle sealing past tense sealed past participle sealed seal or seal up to close a container or space by covering it with… …   English dictionary

  • seal — seal1 [ sil ] verb transitive ** seal or seal up to close a container or space by covering it with something so that air or other substances cannot get in or out: seal something with something: Seal the box with tape. Small gaps can be sealed… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • seal — [siːl] verb [T] I 1) to close a container or space by covering it with something so that air or other substances cannot get in or out Small gaps can be sealed with wax.[/ex] 2) to close an envelope by sticking down the top edge • seal a… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • seal — seal1 S3 [si:l] n [Sense: 1; Origin: Old English seolh] [Sense: 2 6; Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: seel, from Latin sigillum, from signum; SIGN1] 1.) a large sea animal that eats fish and lives around coasts …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • seal — I. noun (plural seals; also seal) Etymology: Middle English sele, from Old English seolh; akin to Old High German selah seal Date: before 12th century 1. any of numerous carnivorous marine mammals (families Phocidae and Otariidae) that live… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • deal — ▪ I. deal deal 1 [diːl] verb dealt PTandPP [delt] FINANCE COMMERCE deal in something phrasal verb [transitive] if a person or company deals in a particular type …   Financial and business terms


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