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German translation of “bargain”

bargain

noun /ˈbaːɡin/
something bought cheaply and giving good value for money
der Gelegenheitskauf, das Schnäppchen
This carpet was a real bargain.
an agreement made between people
der Handel
I’ll make a bargain with you.
bargain for to expect or take into consideration
erwarten
I didn’t bargain for everyone arriving at once.
(Definition of bargain from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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