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negotiate

verb
 
 
/nɪˈɡəʊʃieɪt/
DISCUSS [I, T] to try to make or change an agreement by discussion
вести переговоры
to negotiate with employers about working conditionsDebate and discussion
MOVE THROUGH [T] to successfully move around, through, or past something
пробираться, передвигаться
to negotiate your way around/through a cityTravellingAdvancing and moving forward
negotiator noun [C]
участник переговоров
a peace negotiator
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