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Hi,

What does "deal is deal" mean?

In which conetxt, do you use this word?

Thanks!
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ryotaroHi,

What does "deal is deal" mean?
In which conetxt, do you use this word?

Thanks!
I've always heard "a deal is a deal", not "deal is deal".

Basically, an agreement is an agreement.

Typically, if you made an agreement with someone and they are backing out/canceling it.

You are, simultaneously, stressing that you had an agreed upon deal and are slightly displeased with the current situation.

#1 - "I know I told you I would pick you up at 3pm today, if you gave me gas money, but I really don't feel like it right now."

#2 - "Hey! I gave you the gas money yesterday and I'm relying on you for a ride. A deal is a deal".
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