To bargain away

to dispose of in a bargain; - usually with a sense of loss or disadvantage; as, to bargain away one's birthright.
- G. Eliot.

See also: Bargain

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The military is obviously unhappy to think that its leader with no military experience is willing to bargain away its "treasure sword" of nuclear weapons for what uncertain benefits the isolated country would get by opening up.
More specifically, the judge continued, the right to be paid wages in a timely manner is not a collective right; it is a personal nature beyond the union's ability to bargain away.
There was also no sign that Pompeo's visit had cleared up the question of whether North Korea would be willing to bargain away nuclear missiles that might threaten the United States.
While the United Nations and the international civil society insist they want a peaceful resolution to the worst humanitarian crisis in the 21st century, Riyadh dismisses the idea of diplomacy in the assessment, saying they wouldn't be willing to bargain away their stated goal, which is regime change in Sana'a.
It's a good question with good answers: We were not going to bargain away certainty on the nuclear issue for anything else; as France said, there would be no "quid pro quo." We had deep disagreements with Iran and zero trust, hadn't negotiated with them since 1979, and were on a collision course towards military action as the countdown clock on break-out ticked down.
We have tried to discover our inner core: what are the values we hold to as firm convictions and high ideals, we wish never to bargain away or compromise over; and what mission do I have for living my entire life and pursuing a life-long career, marked out by hard and honest work?
Ms Taylor and fellow defence lawyer Xavier-Jean Keita have accused the ICC judges of 'creating the impression' that the court had been pressured into a 'behind-the-scenes deal to bargain away' the rights of their client, Saif Gaddafi, the son of the former dictator Muammar.
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.
Permitting a union to bargain away an individual employee's FLSA
"'It is precisely because we respect the ICC that we do not want to bargain away [its authority].
(29) Finally, the 1829 New York Code enacted stiff minimum sentences for repeat offenders, which prosecutors may have been able to bargain away. (30) Fisher's analysis of statutory power explains why plea bargaining in New York took the form of charge bargaining and why it started its rise earlier than elsewhere, around 1830.
should redouble its diplomatic efforts to bargain away nascent nuclear weapons programs in North Korea, Iran, Pakistan, and India.