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Negociate

verb
1.
Be successful; achieve a goal.  Synonyms: bring off, carry off, manage, pull off.  "I managed to carry the box upstairs" , "She pulled it off, even though we never thought her capable of it" , "The pianist negociated the difficult runs"
2.
Sell or discount.
3.
Transfer by endorsement to another in return for value received.
4.
Succeed in passing through, around, or over.  Synonym: negotiate.
5.
Confer with another in order to come to terms or reach an agreement.
6.
Discuss the terms of an arrangement.  Synonyms: negotiate, talk terms.



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"Negociate" Quotes from Famous Books



... by knowing him personally. He had talked of publishing an edition of Walton's Lives[1305], but had laid aside that design, upon Dr. Johnson's telling him, from mistake, that Lord Hailes intended to do it. I had wished to negociate between Lord Hailes and him, that one or other should perform so good a work. JOHNSON. 'In order to do it well, it will be necessary to collect all the editions of Walton's Lives. By way of adapting the book to the taste of the present age, they have, in a later ...
— Life Of Johnson, Vol. 2 • Boswell



Words linked to "Negociate" :   parley, intermediate, come through, pass, arbitrate, bargain, fail, commerce, treat, go through, talk over, hash out, mediate, transfer, renegotiate, bring home the bacon, liaise, discuss, pull off, intercede, broker, win, mercantilism, go across, sell, carry off, succeed, dicker, commercialism, deliver the goods, horse-trade



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