bargain away


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bargain away

vb
(tr, adverb) to lose or renounce (freedom, rights, etc) in return for something valueless or of little value
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w>bargain away

vt sep rights, advantage etcsich (dat)abhandeln lassen; freedom, independence alsoveräußern
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No one should expect, therefore, that Iran will be inclined to bargain away the political survival of a person it deems vital to its own foreign policy interests.
Prime Healthcare will not bargain away the rights of our employees to choose whether or not they want to unionize or which union they want to join if they wish to unionize.
Al Assad and his generals will see no reason to bargain away what they expect they will be able to keep by force of arms.
Industry experts cite several reasons for the problem: privacy rules that prevent Canada's financial intelligence unit, the Financial Transaction Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC), from freely sharing information with law enforcement; complex investigations that can take understaffed police agencies years to finish; and overworked Crown Prosecutors who often plea bargain away difficult money laundering cases, instead prioritizing drug trafficking charges since they are viewed as having a stronger likelihood of conviction.
Former President Ali-Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani is understood to have long advocated an entirely different approach--namely to bargain away Iran's nuclear program and close a profitable deal for the Islamic Republic.