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1955, (w), ''The Return of the King'', George Allen & Unwin:
- Now halting a few paces before the Captains of the West he looked them up and down and laughed. 'Is there any in this rout with authority to treat with me?' he asked.
1985, (w), ''Quinx'', Faber & Faber 2004 (''Avignon Quintet''), p. 1365:
- After all, in this hideous war we have just passed through never forget that Halifax would have treated with Hitler: it took Churchill to refuse.
2010, David Mitchell, ''The Observer'', 6 Jun 2010:
- I wouldn't promote businesses I considered immoral – ambulance-chasing lawyers or online roulette for example – but I've got nothing against computer or software manufacture: they're important and any reputable company in that industry is welcome to treat for my services.
To discourse; to handle a subject in writing or speaking; to conduct a discussion. (defdate)
To discourse on; to represent or deal with in a particular way, in writing or speaking. (defdate)
To handle, deal with or behave towards in a specific way. (defdate)
To entertain with food or drink, especially at one's own expense; to show hospitality to; to pay for as celebration or reward. (defdate)
To commit the offence of providing food, drink, entertainment or provision to corruptly influence a voter.
To care for medicinally or surgically; to apply medical care to. (defdate)
To subject to a chemical or other action; to act upon with a specific scientific result in mind. (defdate)
To provide something special and pleasant.
2012, ''Chelsea 6-0 Wolves'' http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/19632463
- The Chelsea captain was a virtual spectator as he was treated to his side's biggest win for almost two years as Stamford Bridge serenaded him with chants of "there's only one England captain," some 48 hours after he announced his retirement from international football.
''I took the kids to the zoo for a treat.''
''Here are some healthy Halloween treats for ghouls and witches of all ages.''
An unexpected gift, event etc., which provides great pleasure.
''It was such a treat to see her back in action on the London stage.''
''I lured the cat into her carrier by throwing a couple of treats in there.''