bargain for (someone or something) with (someone)

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bargain for (someone or something) with (someone)

To attempt to obtain possession or custody of someone or something after negotiating or conferring with someone to reach an agreement. Do you think we can bargain for that used car with the owner? Or will he turn us away? I don't want to bargain for the kids with you. Let's just split custody evenly.
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bargain (over someone or something) (with someone)

 and bargain (for someone or something) (with someone)
to negotiate with someone about obtaining someone or something. I refuse to bargain over money with Dan. We will bargain with the supplier over prices. You can't bargain over Claire with Jeff as if she were a car!

bargain

(for someone or something) (with someone) Go to bargain (over someone or something) (with someone).
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