negotiate with (one)

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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
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She said possibly she might, and he negotiated with her for some Parisian studies to reach him in time for the holiday trade in December.
(3) These negotiators reported that they had experienced or knew of an incident at their agency involving a suicidal or barricaded officer: Some of those interviewed negotiated with an in-crisis member of other departments and others negotiated with members of their own agency.
Of course, the main reason you file for Chapter 11 is to get the bankruptcy court to approve a reorganization plan that you have negotiated with your unsecured and secured creditors.
The FBI negotiated with a Russian speaker; the King County Police Department in Seattle, Washington, dealt with a subject in Laotian; and the Houston, Texas, Police Department negotiated with a subject in Vietnamese.(6)
Most financial executives assume that the company's costs and liabilities are limited to the contribution negotiated with the unions.
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