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English definition of “drive a hard bargain”

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drive a hard bargain

to strongly defend a position that is very much to your advantage when reaching an agreement: He drives a hard bargain, but we finally made a deal.
Translations of “drive a hard bargain”
in Chinese (Traditional) 極力討價還價…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极力讨价还价…
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