an agreement, made between two people or groups, to do sth in return for sth else
sth for sale or bought for less than its real value
talk about the conditions of a sale, agreement
make a condition
take into account; consider as likely or possible
"he made a bargain with the devil"
"he rose to prominence through a series of shady deals"
"she got a bargain at the auction"
"the stock was a real buy at that price"
"We bargained for a beautiful rug in the bazaar"
They were congratulating him; already beginning to chaffer and bargain.
出自： H. Allen
He had to bargain quite hard in order to be quoted a reasonable price.
出自： R. P. Jhabvala
A system of free wage-bargaining.
出自： J. M. Keynes
The women spend hours in the market, bargaining about the goods.
女人们经常在市场上一连几小时讨价还价。 bargain sth ⇔ away
What a fool I was to bargain away my best dishes for this worthless furniture.
He bargained away his estate in the country.
The old house in the city was bargained away by Tom's father.
城里的老屋被汤姆的爸爸廉价卖掉了。 bargain sth ⇔ away
The trade unions bargained away their rights in exchange for a small pay rise.
The rights that took years to win were bargained away in a few minutes' talks.
He bargained with the merchant for an hour before he bought the rug.
If you bargain with them, they might reduce the price.
The tourists were bargaining with the man about the price.
I should like to bargain with him.