Bargain

  • 41 bargain — I. n. 1. Compact, agreement, stipulation, covenant, contract, convention, concordat, treaty, indenture, transaction. 2. Purchase, getting, proceeds, result. 3. Cheap purchase, purchase on favorable terms, good bargain. II. v. n. Contract, agree,… …

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  • 42 bargain — n 1. agreement, understanding, arrangement, stipulation; covenant, bond, compact, contract, concordat, convention, deed, indenture; transaction, deal; negotiation, settlement, treaty, mise, cartel, entente. 2. discount, reduction, Inf. a good… …

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  • 43 bargain — [14] Bargain appears to be distantly related to borrow. Its immediate source was Old French bargaignier ‘haggle’, but this was probably borrowed from Germanic *borganjan, a derivative of *borgun (from which ultimately we get borrow). The sense… …

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  • 44 bargain —  a parcel, an indefinite quantity or number 1 as, I have a good bargain of corn this year, or a good bargain of lambs. Norf …

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  • 45 bargain — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. deal, agreement, trans action; good buy (See cheapness). v. negotiate, haggle, barter. Ant., white elephant. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [An agreement] Syn. pact, compact, contract; see agreement 3 . 2. [An …

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  • 46 bargain on — see bargain for …

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  • 47 bargain on — See bargain for …

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  • 48 bargain —   Makepono, ho ēmiemi i ke kumu kū ai;    ♦ bad bargain, makehewa, pohō …

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  • 49 bargain — A mutual undertaking, contract, or agreement. A contract or agreement between two parties, the one to sell or exchange goods or lands, and the other to buy or exchange them. To negotiate over the terms of a purchase or contract. To come to terms …

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  • 51 bargain — see it takes two to make a bargain …

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  • 52 Bargain — exclamation showing approval …

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  • 53 bargain — Australian Slang exclamation showing approval …

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  • 54 bargain — bar·gain || bɑːgɪn n. deal; agreement; something bought at a cheap price v. negotiate; arrive at an agreement …

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  • 55 bargain v — 1) A disease common to women, caught in the Sunday papers and developed in department Stores on Mondays. Symptoms, loud talk, pushing and shoving, a combination prize fight and football scrimmage. (Old spelling Bark gain ). 2) When purchasing… …

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  • 56 bargain — 1) A transaction on the London Stock Exchange. The bargains made during the day are included in the Daily Official List. 2) A sale made at a specially low price, either as a means of sale promotion or to clear old stock …

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  • 57 bargain — bar·gain …

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  • 58 bargain — Fin a transaction on a stock market (slang) …

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  • 59 bargain — An agreement of two or more persons to exchange promises or to exchange a promise for a performance. 17 Am J2d Contr § 1. As the terms upon which persons contract with one another. Salmon Falls Mfg. Co. v Goddard (US) 14 How 446, 14 L Ed 493 …

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  • 60 Bargain and sale — Bargain Bar gain, n. [OE. bargayn, bargany, OF. bargaigne, bargagne, prob. from a supposed LL. barcaneum, fr. barca a boat which carries merchandise to the shore; hence, to traffic to and fro, to carry on commerce in general. See {Bark} a vessel …

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