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Synonyms for negotiate
nɪˈgoʊ ʃiˌeɪtne·go·ti·ate

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English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. negotiate

    There are many acts that one may do, accomplish, or perform unaided; what he transacts is by means of or in association with others; one may do a duty, perform a vow, accomplish a task, but he transacts business, since that always involves the agency of others. To negotiate and to treat are likewise collective acts, but both these words lay stress upon deliberation with adjustment of mutual claims and interests; transact, while it may depend upon previous deliberation, states execution only. Notes, bills of exchange, loans, and treaties are said to be negotiated, the word so used covering not merely the preliminary consideration, but the final settlement. Negotiate has more reference to execution than treat; nations may treat of peace without result, but when a treaty is negotiated, peace is secured; the citizens of the two nations are then free to transact business with one another. Compare DO.

    Synonyms:
    accomplish, act, carry on, conduct, do, perform, transact, treat

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. negotiate

    Synonyms:
    transact, effect, pass, perform

    Antonyms:
    mismanage, misconduct, quash, stop

Princeton's WordNet

  1. negociate, negotiate, talk termsverb

    discuss the terms of an arrangement

    "They negotiated the sale of the house"

    Synonyms:
    talk terms, manage, carry off, pull off, negociate, bring off

  2. negotiate, negociateverb

    succeed in passing through, around, or over

    "The hiker negociated the high mountain pass"

    Synonyms:
    talk terms, manage, carry off, negociate, pull off, bring off

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. negotiateverb

    Synonyms:
    treat, bargain

  2. negotiateverb

    Synonyms:
    treat for, arrange for

  3. negotiateverb

    Synonyms:
    pass, put into circulation

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How to use negotiate in a sentence?

  1. Carolyn Sufrin:

    It's always a negotiation, we don't have time to negotiate with the guard to say,' You need to remove these restraints now.' If a( baby's) shoulder gets stuck and we need to do emergency maneuvers that require the woman to move, we can't do that if she's shackled.

  2. Melania Trump:

    Secret Service and military, these are great people. They don't play games. They don't like waves. They don't even smile, but I was there all alone with the machine gunners, and I felt very safe... But I was hoping that maybe somebody would come back and negotiate, but they didn't do that.

  3. De Mistura:

    If during these talks and in the next rounds we will see no notice of any willingness to negotiate... we will bring the issue back to those who have influence, and that is the Russian Federation, the USA... and to the Security Council.

  4. State John Kerry:

    Yesterday there was a compromise reached in Washington regarding congressional input, we are confident about our ability for the president to negotiate an agreement, and to do so with the ability to make the world safer.

  5. Cortez Masto:

    Dreamers have been on the front lines of the pandemic, protecting and caring for our communities, and it's unacceptable that they are still facing the delays and wait times caused by the previous administration, while we continue to negotiate on bipartisan immigration reform, which must include a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, we must make sure the DACA program is actually working so that this community has the safety and security it needs.


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