English → English - treat

n. delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat
v. relate to, deal with; process; care for a patient; give a treat; pay for, pick up the check (e.g.: "Let's take a break, I will treat you for lunch")

English → Spanish - treat

s. regalo, obsequio; invitación, convite; placer, gusto; festín, banquete
v. tratar, curar; negociar, tratar un negocio; convidar; procesar

English → French - treat

n. plaisir; festin, invitation; régal, buffet
v. traiter, considérer; s'occuper de; procéder à; soigner un patient; prescrire un traitement; payer pour, inviter; engager des négociations, négocier, traiter; traiter, parler, avoir pour sujet

English → German - treat

n. Vergnügen; Hochgenuß; Freihalten
v. behandeln; handeln mit; für etwas bezahlen

English → Indonesian - treat

n. kenikmatan, suguhan
v. memperlakukan, menganggap, menafsirkan, membicarakan, merundingkan, menyinggung, memasak, mengobati, merawat, menghilangkan, mentraktir, membayar, menyenangkan, berkenaan

English → Italian - treat

s. festa, ricevimento, trattenimento; piacere, gioia, godimento; turno di offrire
v. trattare, comportarsi con; maneggiare, adoperare; (Med) curare; discutere, esporre; elaborare, svolgere, sviluppare; considerare; offrire a, invitare, pagare; (iron) far sorbire a

English → Polish - treat

n. uczta, wielka przyjemność, poczęstunek, częstowanie, ugoszczenie, bal, niespodzianka przyjemna
v. potraktować, traktować kogoś coś, pertraktować, podchodzić, obchodzić się, leczyć, częstować, poczęstować, odnieść się, obrabiać, gościć, fundować, fundnąć, zafundować, uraczyć, paktować, działanie: poddać działaniu czegoś {chem.}, podejść, uraczać

English → Portuguese - treat

s. prazer; convite; banquete
v. relacionar-se com, lidar com; processar; cuidar de, tratar de; pagar a conta (em um restaurante ou em uma loja)

English → Romanian - treat

n. bucurie, cinste, ospăţ, prilej de plăcere, desfătare, cinstire, praznic
v. trata, condiţiona, cinsti, omeni, ospăta, obloji

English → Russian - treat

с. удовольствие, наслаждение, развлечение, пикник, экскурсия, угощение
г. обращаться, обходиться, относиться, трактовать, лечить, подлечивать, полечить, обрабатывать, подвергать действию, угощать, пригласить, иметь дело, вести переговоры, договариваться, обогащать

English → Turkish - treat

f. davranmak, muamele etmek, tedavi etmek, işlemek, ikram etmek, ısmarlamak
i. ikram, ziyafet, ısmarlama, zevk, zevk veren şey

English → Ukrainian - treat

n. частування, задоволення
v. поводитися, розглядати, лікувати, обходитися, пригощати, ставитися, частувати

English → Dutch - treat

zn. traktatie, feest, plezier
ww. behandelen, zich bezighouden met; verwerken; een behandeling geven; betalen voor, trakteren ("laten we een pauze houden, ik zal je op lunch trakteren")

English → Greek - treat

ουσ. κέρασμα, τρατάρισμα
ρήμ. κερνώ, τρατάρω, μεταχειρίζομαι, θεραπεύω, διαπραγματεύομαι, περιποιούμαι, φιλεύω

English → Arabic - treat

‏مفاجئة، متعة، هدية صغيرة، هدية‏
‏أعطى دواء، كرم بالشراب، تعامل مع، بحث في، دفع نفقات وليمة، عالج، فاوض، جرى محادثات، إعتبر‏

English → Chinese - treat

(名) 宴请, 请客, 款待
(动) 视为, 论述, 对待; 交涉, 协商, 谈判

English → Chinese - treat

(名) 宴請, 請客, 款待
(動) 視為, 論述, 對待; 交涉, 協商, 談判

English → Hindi - treat

n. रसोई, भोजन, ज्योनार
v. बर्ताव करना, व्यवहार करना, चखाना

English → Japanese - treat

(名) 喜び; もてなし; 報酬なしで元気を回復したり楽しんだりすること; おごること
(動) 扱う; 処理する; 治療する; もてなす; おごる(たとえば ”休もう, ランチをおごるよ” など)

English → Korean - treat

명. 큰 기쁨; 접대, 환대; 한턱내기
동. 다루다, 대하다; 처리하다; 치료하다; 대접하다, 환대하다

English → Vietnamese - treat

n. bữa tiệc, yến tiệc, tiệc lớn, mối vui thích, sự vui mừng
v. thương lượng, điều đình, luận giải, đối đải, tiếp đải, nghiên cứu

German → Chinese - treat


Definition of treat

1. To negotiate, discuss terms, bargain (for or with).
2. To discourse; to handle a subject in writing or speaking; to conduct a discussion.
Cicero's writing treats mainly of old age and personal duty.
3. To discourse on; to represent or deal with in a particular way, in writing or speaking.
The article treated feminism as a quintessentially modern movement.
4. To entreat or beseech (someone).
Only let my family live, I treat thee.
5. To handle, deal with or behave towards in a specific way.
You treated me like a fool.
She was tempted to treat the whole affair as a joke.
6. To entertain with food or drink, especially at one's own expense; to show hospitality to; to pay for as celebration or reward.
I treated my son to some popcorn in the interval.
I've done so well this month, I'll treat you all to dinner (or 'Dinner is my treat.)
My husband treated me to a Paris holiday for our anniversary.
7. To care for medicinally or surgically; to apply medical care to.
They treated me for malaria.
8. To subject to a chemical or other action; to act upon with a specific scientific result in mind.
He treated the substance with sulphuric acid.
I treated the photo somewhat to make the colours more pronounced.
9. To provide something special and pleasant.
10. An entertainment, outing, or other indulgence provided by someone for the enjoyment of others.
I took the kids to the zoo for a treat.
11. An unexpected gift, event etc., which provides great pleasure.
It was such a treat to see her back in action on the London stage.
12. A parley or discussion of terms; a negotiation.
13. An entreaty.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: treating
Present: treat (3.person: treats)
Past: treated
Future: will treat
Present conditional: would treat
Present Perfect: have treated (3.person: has treated)
Past Perfect: had treated
Future Perfect: will have treated
Past conditional: would have treated
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