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negotiated

[ ni-goh-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF negotiated
  • verbbargain, discuss
  • verbtraverse, cross

Synonyms for negotiated

  • agree
  • arrange
  • confer
  • consult
  • debate
  • haggle
  • handle
  • mediate
  • settle
  • work out
  • accommodate
  • adjudicate
  • adjust
  • arbitrate
  • compose
  • concert
  • conciliate
  • connect
  • contract
  • covenant
  • deal
  • dicker
  • intercede
  • manage
  • moderate
  • network
  • parley
  • referee
  • stipulate
  • swap
  • transact
  • treat
  • umpire
  • bring to terms
  • bury the hatchet
  • come across with
  • cut a deal
  • hammer out a deal
  • horse trade
  • make a deal
  • make peace
  • make terms
  • step in
  • work out a deal
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Antonyms for negotiated

  • confuse
  • contend
  • disagree
  • mix up
  • deny
  • disarrange
  • ignore
  • keep
  • refuse
  • unsuit
  • upset
  • remain
  • stay
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEGOTIATED

It was you who suggested the basis on which peace was negotiated.

In 1512 he negotiated with Badius about an edition of the letters.

There is nothing in good fellowship that can be negotiated at the bank.

Two bills for five hundred, but so drawn that they could not be negotiated.

But this is not the only loan that India has been supposed to have negotiated in Babylon.

A treaty of annexation was negotiated with Texas, and sent to the Senate.

They won't be satisfied with a token victory and a negotiated compromise.

Before them was a slope as precipitous as that they had just negotiated—but it went down.

If we had negotiated then we might perhaps have obtained better terms than now.

She held reviews, councils of war, negotiated, and issued orders.

WORD ORIGIN

"to communicate in search of mutual agreement," 1590s, back-formation from negotiation, or else from Latin negotiatus, past participle of negotiari. In the sense of "tackle successfully" (1862), it at first meant "to clear on horseback a hedge, fence, or other obstacle" and "originated in the hunting-field; those who hunt the fox like also to hunt jocular verbal novelties" [Gowers, 1965]. Related: Negotiated; negotiating.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NEGOTIATED

deferred

adjectiveput off till a later time
  • adjourned
  • assessed
  • charged
  • delayed
  • funded
  • held up
  • in waiting
  • indebted
  • negotiated
  • on hold
  • on the shelf
  • pigeonholed
  • postponed
  • prolonged
  • protracted
  • remanded
  • renegotiated
  • retarded
  • scrubbed
  • stalled
  • staved off
  • temporized
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