1. [20C+] (US) to make a bargain, to conduct business.
2. [1920s] (US) to give, to hand over.
3. [1920s+] (US black) to cause trouble for, to treat harshly.
4. [1950s+] to sell drugs, esp. marijuana.
5. [1960s+] (US black) to manage a situation or circumstance.
6. [1970s–80s] (UK black) to have sexual intercourse with.
7. [1980s] (US prison) to play the active role in a homosexual couple.
8. [1980s] (US campus) to make dates frequently.
see under coal n.1
see under dirt n.
[1960s] (US black) to achieve nothing, to fail completely, to draw a blank.
[20C+] (Aus.) to attack, esp. verbally, to punish.
[1970s] (US black) to trick, to deceive, to take advantage.
see under one n.1
1. to beat up.
2. to treat roughly.
SE card-playing imagery, in slang uses
[late 19C] (Aus.) to cheat, to defraud, to swindle.
[late 19C+] (orig. US) to cheat, to defraud, to swindle.
[1960s] (US) to give someone a piece of good luck.
[1940s+] (orig. US) to include in an undertaking, often a criminal one, to give someone a share; thus the reverse, deal someone out.
see under arm n.
[1950s] (US) a general excl. of rejection: I’m not interested, leave me out, etc.