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Definitions of treat:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To handle a subject in writing or speaking: to negotiate: to give an entertainment.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To speak; to discuss a certain topic; with of; as, the paper treats of the ills of poor sanitation; negotiate or arragne;, agree; give entertainment.

part of speech: noun

An entertainment given as an expression of esteem; something which affords great pleasure.

part of speech: verb transitive

To handle in a particular manner: to discourse on: to entertain, as with food or drink, etc.: to manage in the application of remedies: to use.

part of speech: noun

An entertainment.

part of speech: noun

An entertainment given as an expression of regard; something which affords much pleasure.

part of speech: verb transitive

To handle, deal with, or manage; to behave towards; to cause to undergo a process; as, to treat a photograph with chemicals; to pay the cost of entertainment for; to care for.

part of speech: noun

Treater.

part of speech: verb

To handle or manage in a particular manner in writing or speaking; to discourse; to entertain with food or drink as a compliment; to behave towards; to manage, as a disease, in the application of remedies; in chem., to subject to the action of; to make and receive proposals with a view to settle a claim, adjust differences, & c.; to negotiage.

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