deal-maker

deal-makers
N-COUNT
A deal-maker is someone in business or politics who makes deals.
Derived words:
deal-making N-UNCOUNT oft N n

...a chairman with a reputation for deal-making.

...Britain's deal-making culture.


English dictionary. 2008.

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