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Translation of "negotiate" - English-Spanish dictionary

negotiate

verb   /nɪˈɡəʊ·ʃi·eɪt/ ( present participle negotiating, past tense and past participle negotiated)
to try to make or change an agreement by talking about it negociar We are negotiating for a new contract.
(Definition of negotiate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

negotiate

verb /niˈɡəuʃieit/
to bargain or discuss a subject in order to agree negociar We’ll have to negotiate a price.
to arrange (a treaty, payment etc ), usually after a long discussion negociar It was hard enough to get the two sides to sit down and negotiate a peace agreement.
to get past (an obstacle or difficulty) salvar There still remain several obstacles to negotiate before a solution can be agreed on.
negotiator noun
negociador a chief negotiator.
negotiation noun
negociación Negotiations ended without any settlement being reached The dispute was settled by negotiation.
(Definition of negotiate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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