negociate, negotiate, talk terms(verb)
discuss the terms of an arrangement
"They negotiated the sale of the house"
succeed in passing through, around, or over
"The hiker negociated the high mountain pass"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
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.
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How to use negotiate in a sentence?
Political leaders at the U.N. talks need to be reminded that they can't negotiate with the climate, otherwise we're in danger of sleepwalking into a failed deal in Paris.
We will negotiate until the last minute.
You can go ahead and negotiate and if your partner gets themselves off of Tier 3 (in the State Department's report on human trafficking,) they can join the TPP, i haven’t had any indication that anybody is trying to strip it out of the bill, which I would forcefully oppose. We had a strong bipartisan vote.
I would like to see someone that's very tough and that can negotiate with the Democrats, and I don't know that he's that person, we need somebody that's a very, very tough, smart, cunning person. I don't know that that's him, and obviously this statement hurt him pretty badly in the eyes of some, unfortunately.
This has been happening with both our suppliers and our clients. They have started to organize in big blocs, making it harder for companies of Embraer's size to negotiate.
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- negociarCatalan, Valencian
- vyjednat, vyjednávatCzech
- überwinden, verhandeln, aushandelnGerman
- megtárgyal, tárgyal, leküzd, legyőzHungarian
- drøfte, forhandleNorwegian
- negocjować, pokonywać, wynegocjować, pokonać, uzgodnićPolish
- вести переговоры, договориться, преодолевать, провести переговоры, договариваться, преодолетьRussian
- förhandla, underhandla, klara avSwedish
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