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haggleverb [I]

 us   /ˈhæɡ·əl/
to ​argue, esp. about the ​price of something: He ​hated to haggle over ​prices.
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haggleverb [I or T]

uk   /ˈhæɡ.əl/  us   /ˈhæɡ.əl/
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haggleverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈhæɡl/
COMMERCE to argue about the ​price of something in an attempt to make the ​sellerreduce it: Many ​cardealers will give you a sizeable ​discount if you are prepared to haggle.haggle over/about sth The two ​clubsspent weeks haggling over the ​fee before ​finallyreaching a ​deal.haggle with sb If you're a ​cashbuyer, haggle with the ​dealer to get the best ​price and/or ​freeextras.haggle for sth They haggle for a ​rate or use Priceline to get into a ​full-servicehotel rather than ​pay rock-bottom for lesser ​quality.
to argue about the details of something: haggle over/about sth Congress is soon to begin the months-long ​process of haggling about ​foodsafetyamendments.haggle with sb Regulators are still haggling with ​bankers over the precise details of the ​agreement.
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