①If someone dispenses something that they own or control, they give or provide it to a number of people.【v.分配;分发;施与】
②If you obtain a product by getting it out of a machine, you can say that the machine dispenses the product.【v.(机器自动)提供(货物等)】
③When a chemist dispenses medicine, he or she prepares it, and gives or sells it to the patient or customer.【v.配(药);配(方);发(药)】
①I thought of myself as a patriarch, dispensing words of wisdom to all my children.
②For two weeks, the cash machine was unable to dispense money.
③Doctors confine themselves to prescribing rather than dispensing.
dispense with 摒弃;省却;不用【If you dispense with something, you stop using it or get rid of it completely, especially because you no longer need it.】
①I can dispense with this dictionary.
②We'd dispense with charity drives.
[scode type="green"]a raw deal
①Women, who end up doing most of the chores as well as working long hours, get a raw deal.
②Well I know you got a pretty raw deal with your folks.
“不公正的待遇”是“a raw deal”, 那么公平，合理的待遇应该怎么说？
我们之前在英剧| 《万物生灵》：万物之中：人类到底是渺小还是伟大？（下）提过一个短语“a fair crack of the whip”【an equal chance to do something.】
None of them is expecting any favours, just a fair crack of the whip.