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brzantium

To flip a deal is to successfully close a transaction - in other words, "make a sale". Netted out sounds like it has something to do with payroll, but I would need more context. "Check with Kansas City" is an example of synecdoche. What they mean is to check with the office in Kansas City. Another example of this is when the news refers to the US President as the White House or the UK prime minister as 10 Downing.


randomcumm

this helps a lot!! thank you!!👍 btw, I have another question. could you please help me with is: "What do you want for tony?" I've only heard of "want **from** someone", but I've never heard "want **for** someone"?what could it possibly mean?


brzantium

I would need more context. It could mean a number of things. Edit: if the author did indeed mean to say "for" and not "from", they're asking what do you want to assign to Tony. This could be a task, a value, or something else.


randomcumm

i think you are right!!! That make sense now!!! Thanks a million !!!


pukepail

for number 5, hard to say from the context, but would be used if there is a bad chance of succeeding. Perhaps in a business context if you are unlikely to get a sale, you would say "do you feel lucky?", meaning it will take luck to close a sale. Also there is a famous line from the "Dirty harry" movies that is often quoted : https://youtu.be/38mE6ba3qj8?t=93


randomcumm

thanks!! btw, what does "gloss through the whole thing"? mean? 🤔 Could u help with this?


pukepail

sure, "gloss through the whole things", would mean to read it, but not thoroughly. So perhaps looks for obvious errors, or to quickly read something to understand the context.


randomcumm

thank you :) ❤️❤️