bargain

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Synonyms for bargain

Synonyms for bargain

an act or state of agreeing between parties regarding a course of action

an agreement, especially one involving a sale or exchange

something offered or bought at a low price

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to argue about the terms, as of a sale

to enter into a formal agreement

bargain for: to look forward to confidently

Synonyms for bargain

an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each

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an advantageous purchase

negotiate the terms of an exchange

come to terms

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London governments - both Labour and Tory - bargained away Scotland's fishing rights back in the 1970s.
For Khamenei, increasing US and Israeli concerns regarding the nuclear program may enhance its value as a deterrent and point of leverage in Iran's conflict with the United States, making the nuclear program is a major tool to be used against the United States, rather than a prize to be bargained away.
And we look forward to the day when women's health is no longer bargained away.
In coming to a consensus for the coalition, Merkel bargained away key campaign pledges such as limiting union power in regional wage negotiations and accepted a Social Democrat demand for a "rich tax" on top earners.
Since 1990, say Sandinista critics, FSLN leaders have bargained away party principles to protect their personal property (see Chronicle, 1995-11-02, EcoCentral, 1997-03-13).
These are tough questions to answer and are too weighty to be bargained away in the name of avoiding a fight with the narrow groups that have power and influence at City Hall.
Only a few types of employees can be excluded, including (1) employees normally working less than 20 hours a week, (2) collective bargaining employees (if they have bargained away the right), and (3) students working where they attend classes.
Which components can be bargained away in favor of other, more important compensation provisions?
Of course, human rights are sadly and routinely bargained away in bilateral relations, especially the rights of people from powerful countries.
We are confident the Government understands our concerns but I am worried by what might be bargained away in exhausting late night negotiations,' said Mr Jones.
Under the unified plan, the elected panel's cornerstone proposals - giving the mayor the power to fire general managers, increasing the size of the council to 25 members and establishing elected neighborhood councils - are watered down or bargained away.