from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Variants of negotiate, etc.
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- verb be successful; achieve a goal
- verb discuss the terms of an arrangement
- verb sell or discount
- verb succeed in passing through, around, or over
- verb transfer by endorsement to another in return for value received
- verb confer with another in order to come to terms or reach an agreement
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Just look at all the recent political changes in recent history: Cuba willing to talk, Iran – pre election – willing to negociate, DPRK fires missiles, Iraq war winding down, Afghanistan offensive about to start ..., coup in Honduras ... not to mention all the little hotspots around the globe.
He has to negociate with whoever is in power – remember ... there is still the issue of Iran's pursuit of weaponized nuclear material.
While you are at it how about letting the gov't negociate drug prices.
Don't negociate with terrorists. it is a waste of time
Will you negociate forgiveness of his attrocities?
“Take away their money, take away their weapons, exterminate them” It is never “take away the cause that drives them, take away any justifiable grievance, negociate some reasonable solution”.
Especially when our enemies are overtaking us, because both of them are so proud and powerful, they won't negociate with our enemies.
No rationale person is going to be able to sit down and negociate with them.
Politicians should negociate to prevent such disasters.
We need someone who is willing to negociate with people and help build our reputation.