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haggle

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˈhæɡ.l̩/
to attempt to decide on a price or conditions which are acceptable to the person selling the goods and the person buying them, usually by arguing
(对价格或条件)讨价还价
It's traditional that you haggle over/about the price of things in the market.
历来买卖东西时都会讨价还价。
Negotiating prices
Translations of “haggle”
in Arabic يُفاصِل…
in Korean 값을 흥정하다…
in Malaysian tawar…
in French marchander…
in Turkish sıkı pazarlık etmek…
in Italian discutere, mercanteggiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (對價格或條件)討價還價…
in Russian торговаться…
in Polish targować się…
in Vietnamese mặc cả…
in Spanish regatear, discutir…
in Portuguese pechinchar…
in Thai ต่อรองราคา…
in German feilschen…
in Catalan discutir, regatejar…
in Japanese (値段の)交渉をする, 議論する…
in Indonesian tawar-menawar…
(Definition of haggle from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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