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Synonyms for negotiate

Synonyms for negotiate

to argue about the terms, as of a sale

to bring about or come to an agreement concerning

to pass by or over safely or successfully

Synonyms for negotiate

succeed in passing through, around, or over

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ITEM: An Associated Press article in the San Diego Union-Tribune for December 8 reported: "Seniors strongly support a plan to let the federal government negotiate drug prices on behalf of Medicare beneficiaries, a new poll suggests....
When politicians speak of nonnegotiation, it is primarily fo r public consumption because, if it were a member of the Royal Family or Blair's son held captive, negotiate they would.
When politicians speak of nonnegotiation it is primarily for public consumption because if it were a member of the royal family or Blair's son held captive, negotiate they would.
Buyers striving to survive an auction process are making a significant effort to be better informed about the quality of a target's assets and exposures, and are using that data to negotiate an agreement that will win them the deal and mitigate their risk.
Buscando la hipoteca mas favorable: Compare, Verifique, Negocie (Looking for the Best Mortgage: Shop, Compare, Negotiate) is available at www.
Once you've done your legwork, you're ready to negotiate. Friedberg advises her clients to follow the Five O'Clock Club's four-step salary negotiation strategy:
Fuming over this lack of even-handedness, Arafat said that the PLO was having to negotiate against not one but two delegations, the Israelis with Israeli accents and the Israelis with American accents.(23)
A "Care Bear" it ain't - but you can negotiate your way to a successful relationship
* Negotiate and review contract proposals for member services that are submitted by payers, including insurance companies and health plans
Policymakers first tried to negotiate international investment rules as part of the International Trade Organization.
Outside the futures exchanges, enormous markets have developed in which banks, corporations, and other institutions privately negotiate customized derivatives contracts, the vast majority of which are based on interest rates or exchange rates.
Once field commanders decide to negotiate in a language other than English, the negotiation team faces an important decision: Whether to use a negotiator who speaks the language or use an interpreter to relay information between the negotiation team and the subject.
To be prepared to negotiate the best possible deal with a managed care organization (MCO), a nursing home must coolly assess its market, itself and the MCO.