(a) good deal (of)

1. нареч. (используется в утвердительных предложениях вместо much и many, обычно с неисчисляемыми существительными)

I've started thinking a great deal about what has happened to my country and its people.

Lions display a great deal of aggression if they are disturbed.

2. сущ.
большая часть
большая доля
большое количество

|| asked for little but received a great deal

Mother likes the gloves Mary gave her, and she uses them a good deal.

син. a good deal, a lot (of), barrel, heap, mass, mountain, multiplicity, peck, pile
2) бизн.
(очень) выгодная сделка
выгодная покупка

|| Individuals who are trying to sell you or convince you of something can say that you will miss out on an extremely rare opportunity for an exceptional life, spiritual liberation, a great deal on a used car, etc. — Люди, которые пытаются продать что-либо вам или в чём-то убедить вас, могут говорить, что вы упустите необычайно редкую возможность для необыкновенной жизни, духовного раскрепощения, великолепной покупки подержанного автомобиля и т.п.

ср. a great number of

Англо-русский универсальный дополнительный практический переводческий словарь И. Мостицкого. . 2002-2012.

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