negotiate an agreement

negotiate an agreement
negocjować porozumienie

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  • negotiate — ne|go|ti|ate W3S3 [nıˈgəuʃieıt US ˈgou ] v [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of negotiari to do business , from negotium business , from neg not + otium time for relaxing ] 1.) [I and T] to discuss something in order to reach… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • negotiate — 01. It took over 3 months of [negotiating] for the union and management to reach a first contract. 02. [Negotiations] between the government and nurses are going well, and hospitals should be back to normal by tomorrow. 03. A police [negotiator]… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • negotiate — verb 1 (I, T) to discuss something in order to reach an agreement, especially in business or politics (+ with): The government refuses to negotiate with terrorists. | negotiate an agreement/contract etc: Union leaders have negotiated an agreement …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • negotiate — [[t]nɪgo͟ʊʃieɪt[/t]] ♦♦ negotiates, negotiating, negotiated 1) V RECIP If people negotiate with each other or negotiate an agreement, they talk about a problem or a situation such as a business arrangement in order to solve the problem or… …   English dictionary

  • Agreement between New Zealand and Singapore on a Closer Economic Partnership — The Agreement between New Zealand and Singapore on a Closer Economic Partnership (CEP) entered into force on 1 January 2001. It is the most comprehensive trading agreement, outside of Closer Economic Relations with Australia, that New Zealand has …   Wikipedia

  • negotiate — ne‧go‧ti‧ate [nɪˈgəʊʆieɪt ǁ ˈgoʊ ] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] to discuss something in order to reach an agreement: • Union leaders have negotiated an agreement for a shorter working week. • They negotiated a new contract with the sellers …   Financial and business terms

  • negotiate — ne·go·ti·ate /ni gō shē ˌāt/ vb at·ed, at·ing vi: to confer with another so as to settle some matter vt 1: to bring about through conference, discussion, and agreement or compromise negotiate a contract 2 a: to transfer (as an instrument) to… …   Law dictionary

  • negotiate — 1 parley, treat, *confer, commune, consult, advise 2 Negotiate, arrange, concert are comparable when they mean to bring about or accomplish by mutual agreement especially after discussion or parley. Negotiate and arrange both imply prior exchange …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Negotiate — Ne*go ti*ate, v. i. [L. negotiatus, p. p. of negotiari, fr. negotium business; nec not + otium leisure. Cf. {Neglect}.] 1. To transact business; to carry on trade. [Obs.] Hammond. [1913 Webster] 2. To treat with another respecting purchase and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • negotiate — [ni gō′shē āt΄, ni gō′sēāt΄] vi. negotiated, negotiating [< L negotiatus, pp. of negotiari, to carry on business < negotium, business < neg , not (see NEGATION) + otium, ease] to confer, bargain, or discuss with a view to reaching… …   English World dictionary

  • negotiate — (v.) to communicate in search of mutual agreement, 1590s, back formation from NEGOTIATION (Cf. negotiation), or else from L. negotiatus, pp. of negotiari. In the sense of tackle successfully (1862), it at first meant to clear on horseback a hedge …   Etymology dictionary

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