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negotiate with (one)

To confer with one or a group so as to reach an agreement according to particular terms; to bargain with one. A noun or pronoun can be used between "negotiate" and "with" to specify what is being negotiated. We have made it perfectly clear that our government with not negotiate with terrorists! I'm trying to negotiate a pay raise with my employers. There's no use trying to negotiate with him—he's completely inflexible once his mind's made up.
See also: negotiate

negotiate (with one) about (something)

To confer with one or a group so as to reach an agreement about some issue according to particular terms; to bargain with one about something. I'm negotiating with my employers about a possible pay raise. The union and management are negotiating about employees' benefits.
See also: negotiate

negotiate (with one) over (something)

To confer with one or a group so as to reach an agreement about some issue according to particular terms; to bargain with one about something. I'm negotiating with my employers over a possible pay raise. The union and management are negotiating over employees' benefits.
See also: negotiate, over

negotiate (with someone or something) (over someone or something)

 and negotiate (with someone or something) (about someone or something)
to bargain with someone or a group about someone or something. We decided to negotiate with them over the terms of the contract. We want to negotiate with them about the cost of the goods. They refused to negotiate with our purchasing agent.
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As Mansour has noted, "For whereas Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon were to conclude a final settlement with Israel as quickly as possible, the Palestinians had to negotiate in two separate stages - the first to reach an agreement on five-year "interim self-government arrangements" in the occupied territories, and the second to reach a final settlement based on resolution 242 that would begin only in the third year of the interim period." (Mansour, op.
Unrebutted testimony at the hearing revealed that the HMO understood this as a clear message that these physicians would not negotiate directly with the HMO and therefore concluded that they were trapped with no practical alternative to dealing with NTSP.
In a messenger model, a physician network uses the messenger to convey to payers information obtained individually from the providers about the prices or price-related terms that the providers are willing to accept, but the messenger does not negotiate on behalf of the providers.
Alternatively, the messenger may receive authority from individual providers to accept contract offers that meet certain criteria as long as the messenger does not negotiate on the provider's behalf.
The PPA and the powers of attorney allow NTSP to negotiate on behalf of its physicians, something expressly forbidden in a proper messenger model.
Also troublesome were the PPAs giving NTSP the exclusive right initially to negotiate with payers and requiring physicians to negotiate individually with payers only after NTSP discontinues its efforts.
The FTC ordered NTSP to terminate any non-risk, messenger model contracts it currently has, and required the IPA to notify the FTC in advance of any future non-risk contracts it wants to negotiate and allow FTC oversight of the negotiations of the contracts.
However when armed with sufficient knowledge and information about their own and the MCO's needs, nursing homes should be able to negotiate terms that benefit both parties.
Negotiate to pledge certain assets to secure your loans.
Negotiate either a turnover of certain assets to the lender to satisfy a portion of the debt or the ability to sell an asset in a specific time frame, with a turnover to the lender if you do not succeed.
But however well you negotiate, you should enter into a workout only if you believe you can meet its terms.
You can then negotiate a workout that has a high degree of certainty-and is likely to provide full payment to your lender.
Simply refusing to negotiate (A1) is the most direct and active form of avoidance.
This diagnosis suggests the hospital facilities executive should negotiate using principled collaboration (C2).
That is, the physician executive and the other party usually negotiate over several substantive items.