View definitions for negotiate
verb as in bargain, discuss
The department also plans to negotiate with the FOP that they expand the kinds of records that live in an officer’s file.
There is sort of negotiated minimum wages that differs across industries and differs across the age of the workers.
The union is currently negotiating to get people like Zakopyko and García their jobs back.
The following April, France’s competition authority ordered Google to negotiate with publishers after the search giant redesigned its Google News results pages, editing out snippets to show headlines and URLS only.
That often leads to higher charges, which then get negotiated down by the insurers, or result in medical bills getting passed on to patients.
The Castros are the latest in a long line of despots he believed he could negotiate with.
The cost to the insurance company is almost certainly lower, given its ability to negotiate prices down.
As long as there are states willing to negotiate payments with groups like ISIS, there will be a financial incentive to kidnap.
You negotiate, and until the deal is done, there is no movie.
On Tuesday evening, several university student leaders sat down to negotiate with the Hong Kong government.
The diplomatic section shall negotiate with the foreign cabinets the recognition of belligerency and Philippine independence.
Merchandise brokers, unless factors, negotiate for the sale of merchandise without having possession or control of it.
I was sent here, first off, by my friend Oliver Sands, to negotiate a loan for him—for your benefit.
Morally it would be base for Alexander to negotiate separately, for Frederick (p. 037) William had refused a similar offer.
With this fulcrum Bayanne had been moved to negotiate a formal treaty containing all Napoleon's stipulations.
On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to negotiate, such as: agree, arrange, confer, consult, debate, and haggle.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.