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Hi,

Would you rephrase the sentence or explian the part I underlined? I'm not sure what "deal on something" means.

IHRSA may be over but your club can still get a deal on TRX training.

Thank you,

m
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... can still get [a deal / a discounted price] on TRX training.

CJ
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Hi,

Would you rephrase the sentence or explian the part I underlined? I'm not sure what "deal on something" means.

IHRSA may be over but your club can still get a deal on TRX training.

'Get a deal on something' is an idiomatic expression meaning 'buy something on very favourabl terms, buy something for a good price, get a bargain'.

eg Tom got a deal on his new TV.

eg Do you like my new car. I got a deal!

We often add an adjective for emphasis, eg Tom got a great / real / good deal on his new TV.

Clive.
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Thank you, CJ and Clive, I've got the clear idea!

If I may, could I ask you to check one of my other posts?

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/MeaningOfPunchesOnR/plpdb/post.htm#1311257
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