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bargaining power

noun [U]
 
 
the power that someone has in discussions with someone else to reach an agreement that is to their advantage: If you are buying a new car with cash, you have great bargaining power. As unemployment drops, workers gain bargaining power. →  See also collective bargaining
Translations of “bargaining power”
in Chinese (Traditional) 討價還價的能力, 談判的能力…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讨价还价能力, 谈判能力…
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