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 (nĭ-gō′shē-ənt, -shənt)
One that negotiates.
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a person, nation, organization, etc, involved in a negotiation
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(nɪˈgoʊ ʃi ənt, -ʃənt)

one who negotiates.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.negotiant - someone who negotiates (confers with others in order to reach a settlement)negotiant - someone who negotiates (confers with others in order to reach a settlement)
communicator - a person who communicates with others
go-between, intercessor, intermediary, intermediator, mediator - a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
bargainer - negotiator of the terms of a transaction; "he is a hard bargainer"
compromiser - a negotiator willing to compromise; "Henry Clay was known as the Great Compromiser"
holdout - a negotiator who hopes to gain concessions by refusing to come to terms; "their star pitcher was a holdout for six weeks"
negotiatress, negotiatrix - a woman negotiator
representative - a person who represents others
settler - a negotiator who settles disputes
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My current wife is a negotiant. In this line of work, courage comes from your decisions and money is what motivates me.
Ainsi, Floury (34 ans) est officier marin natif d'llle-et-Vilaine, demeurant ordinairement a Saint-Servan et fils de feu Guillaume, negotiant de son vivant.
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He does not concern himself with renunciation of evil but with repudiating the negotiant born of ambition, fame itself, and sexual desire as illusionary or illusionistic.
California's premier "negotiant" uses his extensive contacts to produce this cab with touches of merlot and cab franc blended in.
Hare was involved in other civil cases recorded in 1810, described as "Negotiant" (businessman).
Sur la necessite de disposer de << deux bonnes et suffisantes cautions >> pour exercer cet appel, voir Entre le sieur Comte Dupre, negotiant en cette ville, demandeur, contre le sieur Elie Lapparre defendeur, 1767-1768, Centre d'archives de Quebec de BAnQ, Bibliotheque et Archives nationales du Quebec (TP5, S1, SS1, 1980-09-008/1, piece 402), notamment la requete de Jean-Baptiste Lebrun qui invoque l'application d'un acte du Parlement anglais (III Jacobi I, c 8 : An Act to avoid unnecessary Delays of Executions, 1605) pour etablir que la possibilite de l'appel repose sur l'existence de deux cautions equivalentes au double de la somme portee au jugement).
Many landowners, after decades of selling their grapes to negotiant houses to be blended with grapes from other sites, now want to make wines that reflect the distinct character of their own small plots.
Across the Western Cape, this negotiant finds the best chenin, the most prevalent white variety.
The old traditional European way of naming wines were to name the chateaux, the vineyard, the village, the area or ,in the case of table wines, by the name of the country or the negotiant or wine buyer.
The first occurred in total rejection of Iraq's willingness to negotiate its withdrawal from Kuwait (it had, in fact, negotiated its invasion of Kuwait with the U.S.); the second was promulgated through ultimatums designed to nullify Serbian sovereignty (that is, that Serbia negotiate the erasure of its existence as a negotiant).