wheel and deal

wheel and deal  {v. phr.},  {slang}
To make many big plans or schemes; especially with important people in government and business; in matters of money and influence; handle money or power for your own advantage; plan important matters in a smart or skillful way and sometimes in a tricky, or not strictly honest way.
Mr. Smith made a fortune by wheeling and dealing on the stock market.
The senator got this law passed by wheeling and dealing in Congress.
- wheeler-dealer  {n. phr.},  {slang}
A person with power and control.
The biggest wheeler-dealer in the state has many friends in high places in business and government and is a rich man himself.
Categories: business money noun slang verb

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