dealed vs dealt :

dealed vs dealt

dealed or dealt

Dealt is the correct past tense of deal which means to have something to do with something or someone. It could mean an offensive action  towards someone.

"We had a deal that you would handle the next two rounds."

Dealed on the other hand is an incorrect form of the past tense commonly used for the word deal. It is unacceptable in official writings.

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