does deal has a past tense form?

if i want to say deal in the past how it is correct? is deal irregular verb?

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Hello Batrud, The verb 'to deal' is an irregular verb, just as you thought. The three forms of the verb are: Base form = to deal Past simple form = dealt Past participle form = dealt It can be used as a verb (in the forms shown above) or as a noun. VERB definitions: with object = to give one a share = 'deal me in' (include me), without object = (followed by with or in) = 'The teacher dealt with the student's behaviour' or 'The banker deals in shares' NOUN definition = a business transaction or an agreement = The agreed on the deal after several meetings. I hope that helps you. Best wishes Laura

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