I wonder if there would be a difference between "I'll take care of it" and "I'll deal with it". I understand that these words have a similar meaning, but would there be a different nuance?
Ah, good thought! They are similar. There is a slightly different nuance! "I'll take care of it" sounds more reassuring than "I'll deal with it" and like the person knows what to do. "I'll deal with it" could seem like the problem is very big or difficult, or like it's going to be more work. Ex: The car broke down on the way back from work. I'll deal with it tomorrow. Ex: Edward said he'd take care of it. Don't worry.
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