扱う, 取り扱う, あしらう, 仕向ける, 仕向る, 遇する, 待つおごり, 饗応, 供応, 興, 豪奢, 豪盛, 馳走, 珍味, うれしいこと, とてもいいもの
Noun(1) something considered choice to eat(2) an occurrence that causes special pleasure or delight
Verb(1) interact in a certain way(2) subject to a process or treatment, with the aim of readying for some purpose, improving, or remedying a condition(3) provide treatment for(4) act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression(5) provide with a gift or entertainment(6) provide with choice or abundant food or drink(7) engage in negotiations in order to reach an agreement(8) regard or consider in a specific way
(1) this is my treat(2) I like to treat myself from time to time(3) The illustrations are another treat and bear many surprises.(4) Summarising, political correctness is a one-way street: they may use every form of rudeness but we must treat their concerns as sacred; this must be fought.(5) For those who love movies, the treat couldn't have been any better.(6) The chapters do treat these issues briefly and with circumspection, but Leneman could have been bolder in pushing her analysis in this direction.(7) It's an old-fashioned cinematic treat , and certainly one of the greatest surprises of the year.(8) At the end of the book Domninus says that he intends to treat some of the subjects more fully in Elements of Arithmetic but it is not known if he ever wrote it!(9) But don't let that put you off; it's an entertaining and varied treat , leftfield music of the most listenable variety.(10) A breathtaking display of flowers in their varied forms and colours was a delightful treat for the visitors who thronged the YWCA grounds throughout the day.(11) The story is told in splendid pictures - a treat to read to the young folk and to enjoy yourself.(12) treat this evidence with caution(13) they took me to the circus as a birthday treat(14) he wanted to take her to the pictures as a treat(15) don't treat me like a fool(16) I'm going to save the listening pleasure for a treat at the end of exams.
(1) trick or treat :: トリック・オア・トリート
(2) to treat :: 治療する
(3) ill-treat :: 悪い御馳走
(4) heat treat :: 熱処理
(5) treat badly :: 辛くあたります
(6) treat with :: と治療
(7) stand treat :: おごります
(8) treat as :: 扱います
(9) treat well :: うまく扱います
2. present ::
3. pleasure ::
4. kickshaw ::
5. behave toward ::
6. regard ::
7. tackle ::
9. cure ::
11. regale with ::
12. do by ::
13. care for ::
14. process ::
15. regale ::
16. address ::
treat, treatable, treated, treating, treats
Word Example from TV Shows
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The only way to TREAT disease
is to understand disease,
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7
You know... my TREAT.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 12
He sent me to TREAT with you in good faith
as your fellow ironborn.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8
Howard, you can't TREAT the man differently
just because he's disabled. That's not okay.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 8
Why did you come TREAT with me?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7
English to Japanese Dictionary: treat
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