Focus on the pronunciation of bargain
English definition of “bargain”
/ˈbɑːgɪn/ noun [C]
› COMMERCE something that is on sale at a lower price than usual: The airline regularly offers last-minute bookings at bargain prices.
› an agreement between two people or groups in which each promises to do something in exchange for something else: strike/make a bargain The management and employees eventually struck a bargain. → See also Dutch bargain
› COMMERCE a situation in which two or more people agree on a price that something is sold at: strike a bargain They felt that the offer was too low but after some negotiation they eventually struck a bargain.
› STOCK MARKET in the UK, an act of buying or selling shares on the London Stock Exchange: After the bargain is completed, the broker will want to know when payment will be made.
into the bargain (US also in the bargain) › in addition to other facts which have been mentioned previously: Our latest recruit is an excellent analyst, and a very good manager into the bargain.