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Negotiate

To conduct business transactions; to deal with another individual in regard to a purchase and sale; to bargain or trade. To conclude by way of agreement, bargain, or compact. To transfer a negotiable instrument, such as a promissory note, or other Commercial Paper.

negotiate

verb accommodate, arbitrate, arrange for, bargain, bid for, bring to terms, come to terms, dicker, haggle, hurdle, intercede, intermediate, make peace, make terms, mediate, meet halfway, parley, referee, settle, settle disputes, straighten out, surmount, transact, umpire, work out
See also: agree, arbitrate, assign, close, compromise, confer, consult, deal, debate, deliberate, dicker, discuss, haggle, intercede, judge, lobby, mediate, process, reconcile, settle, trade, transact, treat

negotiate

to transfer (used of bills of exchange). The usual method is by endorsing (signing) the back of the document.
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In our conferences, tutors were sometimes able to move from known-information questions to negotiatory questions, opening up the response space for students after leading them in a certain, possibly successful direction.
To capture as full a range of perspectives as possible, I purposefully selected the students that I interviewed based on their engagement with negotiatory processes in the class, distributed as evenly as possible across, first, those who embraced and those who rejected negotiatory processes, followed by gender, ethnicity, and academic discipline, in that order.
Even when downsizing, the HRM function found itself subject to detailed restrictions and negotiatory requirements which would limit the freedom to retain the staff most appropriate to future needs.
The character of bargaining has also changed, with more individualistic treatment of employees and with trade unions relegated more to a consultative than negotiatory role on non-pay matters.
Chesnutt's irony here is more far-reaching than we might at first realize for, in it, he recognizes his own position to be situated within the discourse he critiques, and he produces the negotiatory space that Homi Bhabha describes as