negotiation


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ne·go·ti·a·tion

 (nĭ-gō′shē-ā′shən)
n.
1. The act or process of negotiating: successful negotiation of a contract; entered into labor negotiations.
2. The transfer of a negotiable instrument.

negotiation

(nɪˌɡəʊʃɪˈeɪʃən)
n
1. a discussion set up or intended to produce a settlement or agreement
2. the act or process of negotiating

ne•go•ti•a•tion

(nɪˌgoʊ ʃiˈeɪ ʃən, -si-)

n.
1. mutual discussion and arrangement of the terms of a transaction or agreement.
2. the act or process of negotiating.
3. an instance or the result of negotiating.

negotiation

the act or process of conferring or discussing to reach agreement in matters of business or state. See also trade. — negotiant, negotiator, negotriatrix, n.
See also: Agreement
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.negotiation - a discussion intended to produce an agreementnegotiation - a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
give-and-take, discussion, word - an exchange of views on some topic; "we had a good discussion"; "we had a word or two about it"
parley - a negotiation between enemies
diplomacy, diplomatic negotiations - negotiation between nations
bargaining - the negotiation of the terms of a transaction or agreement
collective bargaining - negotiation between an employer and trade union
horse trading - negotiation accompanied by mutual concessions and shrewd bargaining
mediation - a negotiation to resolve differences that is conducted by some impartial party
2.negotiation - the activity or business of negotiating an agreement; coming to terms
activity - any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"

negotiation

noun
1. bargaining, debate, discussion, transaction, dialogue, mediation, arbitration, wheeling and dealing (informal) We have had meaningful negotiations and I believe we are close to a deal.
2. arrangement, management, settlement, working out, transaction, bringing about They intend to take no part in the negotiation of a new treaty of union.

negotiation

noun
The act or process of dealing with another to reach an agreement:
parley, talk (often used in plural).
Translations
مُفاوَضَه، مُداوَلَه
vyjednáváníjednání
forhandling
neuvottelu
tárgyalás
samningur
pogajanje

negotiation

[nɪˌgəʊʃɪˈeɪʃən] N
1. (= act of negotiating) → negociación f; [of loan, deal] → negociación f, gestión f
to be in negotiation(s) with sbestar en negociaciones con algn
the treaty is under negotiationel tratado está siendo negociado
that will be a matter for negotiationeso tendrá que ser negociado, eso tendrá que someterse a negociación
2. negotiations (= talks) → negociaciones fpl, tratativas fpl (S. Cone)
to break off negotiationsromper las negociaciones
to enter into negotiations with sbentrar en negociaciones con algn

negotiation

[nɪˌgəʊʃiˈeɪʃən] n
(= process) → négociation f
The settlement was achieved by peaceful negotiation → On est parvenu à un accord par la négociation.
(= talks) negotiations → négociations fpl
Negotiations are to start in May → Les négociations doivent commencer en mai.
to enter into negotiations with sb, to enter into negotiation with sb → engager des négociations avec qn
to be in negotiations with sb, to be in negotiation with sb → être en négociation avec qn

negotiation

n
(= discussion)Verhandlung f; (= bringing about)Aushandlung f; the matter is still under negotiationüber diese Sache wird noch verhandelt; the price is a matter for negotiationüber den Preis kann verhandelt werden; by negotiationauf dem Verhandlungsweg; negotiation skillsVerhandlungsgeschick nt
usu pl (= talks)Verhandlung f; to begin negotiations with somebodyVerhandlungen plmit jdm aufnehmen; to be in negotiation(s) with somebodymit jdm in Verhandlungen stehen
(of river, mountain, rapids)Passage f, → Passieren nt; (of obstacle, difficulty)Überwindung f

negotiation

[nɪˈgəʊʃɪˌeɪʃn] n (gen) → trattativa (Pol) → negoziato, trattativa
to enter into negotiations with sb → entrare in trattative or intavolare i negoziati con qn

negotiate

(niˈgəuʃieit) verb
1. to bargain or discuss a subject in order to agree.
2. to arrange (a treaty, payment etc), usually after a long discussion.
3. to get past (an obstacle or difficulty).
neˈgotiator noun
neˌgotiˈation noun
Negotiations ended without any settlement being reached; The dispute was settled by negotiation.
References in classic literature ?
It seldom happens in the negotiation of treaties, of whatever nature, but that perfect SECRECY and immediate DESPATCH are sometimes requisite.
Those matters which in negotiations usually require the most secrecy and the most despatch, are those preparatory and auxiliary measures which are not otherwise important in a national view, than as they tend to facilitate the attainment of the objects of the negotiation.
While the inaugural address was being delivered from this place, devoted altogether to saving the Union without war, insurgent agents were in the city seeking to destroy it without war-- seeking to dissolve the Union, and divide effects, by negotiation.
Commerce, finance, negotiation, and war seem to comprehend all the objects which have charms for minds governed by that passion; and all the powers necessary to those objects ought, in the first instance, to be lodged in the national depository.
Having been unsuccessful in his attempt by open force, he made use of the arts of negotiation, but with an event not more to his satisfaction.
Murat declared that negotiations for peace were already proceeding, and that he therefore offered this truce to avoid unnecessary bloodshed.
After long negotiations over the legal details, the money was at last ready to be paid; but the notary, a most obliging person, could not hand over the order, because it must have the signature of the president, and the president, though he had not given over his duties to a deputy, was at the elections.
In all negotiations of difficulty, a man may not look to sow and reap at once; but must prepare business, and so ripen it by degrees.
At length Aramis, upon whose promises there was least dependence to be placed, wrote Colbert the following letter, on the subject of the negotiations which he had undertaken at Madrid:
The seller (a French horse-dealer resident in Brussels) had returned to Belgium immediately on completing the negotiations.
These notes had all the effect that he who wrote them could expect, in that they induced a great number of the inhabitants to open private negotiations with the royal army.
She maintained this belligerent attitude for several days, during which time a series of informal negotiations were pending, and wide alarm spread over the island.

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