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18 January

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I have a question about the verb "to haggle over".
I can see it's correct to say "to haggle over the price of an item" from some example sentences on the dictionaries, but I'm not sure if you can also say "to haggle over an item" to get across the same meaning.

So, for example, could you tell me if the following are both correct and have the same meaning, please?
"tourists haggling over the price of souvenirs"
"tourists haggling over souvenirs"

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