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    deck

    In which context can i use the expression: stack the deck?

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    Re: deck

    Meaning:to arrange something in a way that is not fair in order to achieve what you want

    Usage notes:This phrase comes from the idea of arranging a set of cards in a card game so that you will win.

    Example:The manager stacked the deck in Joe's favor so he got the promotion

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