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The meaning of "Negotiate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does negotiating mean?
A: making a deal

Example sentences using "Negotiate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with negotiate.
A: 1. We can negotiate on the price.
2. I can’t negotiate anymore.
3. You can negotiate with them if you want.
4. I can negotiate with her if you want.
5. I will negotiate with her until she gives me the price I want.
Q: Please show me example sentences with negotiate.
A: The police are negotiating with the criminal
Q: Please show me example sentences with negotiate .
A: "We do not negotiate with criminals". "Let's negotiate a new deal". "I am not willing to negotiate on the price".
Q: Please show me example sentences with negotiate .
A: I was going into a business meeting, and was prepared to negotiate for better funds.
Q: Please show me example sentences with negotiate.
A: http://www.manythings.org/sentences/words/negotiate/1.html

Synonyms of "Negotiate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between negotiate and dicker ?
A: Negotiate is more formal, and usually refers to the main thing that is negotiated.

Dicker is very informal, and can have two meanings:
1. After the main part of the deal is negotiated, you can discuss the price or details casually. "They dickered back and forth about who would drive." In this sense, it doesn't mean anything negative.
2. To insist on something petty. In this sense, it can have a negative meaning. For example, if you "dicker about the price" it means you are spending a lot of time trying to get a small advantage. However, someone can say, "They dickered about the price" without meaning anything negative.

You can never say "They dickered a business deal." You can only say "they dickered about a small detail" or "about the details." You can, however, say either, "They negotiated a business deal" or "they negotiated the details."

"Dickered" is a bit old-fashioned and is more rarely used now. It's also kind of regional -- it's used more in the Southern US than in other parts. Many native English speakers don't know the word exists or what it means. That's why someone thought you meant "bicker" which is to argue. In fact, you may have meant bicker! Bicker can mean the same thing as "dicker" above.
Q: What is the difference between negotiate and bargain ?
A: As verbs they are both synonyms. Once again, it ll depend on the context
Q: What is the difference between negotiate and bargain ?
A: Bargaining is about price in most cases.

Negotiation: we negotiate on everything, usually not money.
negotiation is a broader subject.
Q: What is the difference between negotiate and bargain ?
A: To bargain is mostly about making a deal ( a commercial transaction) - ( a bargain is a cheap deal) ..................................ie. "Trump is bargaining with the welfare of the US by cutting funds" vs. "Citizens are trying to negotiate with politicians to get their voices heard." To negotiate can mean to bargain but it can also mean to compromise on the meaning of something . Negotiate can apply to non-material things whereas bargains are usually about money. For example, I can negotiate with someone about the meaning of a word but I would not bargain with someone about the meaning of the word.

Translations of "Negotiate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? negotiate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? negotiate
A: Negotiate.

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Q: I negotiate and finally compromised with her. does this sound natural?
A: I negotiated and finally compromised with her.
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