English - Vietnamese Dictionary
bargain /'bɑ:gin/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự mặc cả, sự thoả thuận mua bán; giao kèo mua bán
- to make a bargain with somebody: mặc cả với ai
- món mua được, món hời, món bở, cơ hội tốt (buôn bán)
- that was a bargain indeed!: món ấy bở thật đấy!
- a good bargain: nón hời
- a bad bargain: món hớ
- to be off (with) one's bargain
- huỷ bỏ giao kèo mua bán, thất ước trong việc mua bán
- to close (conclude, strike, settle) a bargain
- ngả giá, thoả thuận, ký giao kèo mua bán
- to drive a hard bargain
- mặc cả, cò kè, bớt một thêm hai mãi
- into the bargain
- thêm vào đó, hơn nữa, vả lại
- wet (Dutch) bargain
- cuộc thương lượng mua bán kết thúc bằng chầu rượu mừng
- động từ
- mặc cả, thương lượng, mua bán
- to bargain with somebody for something: thương lượng (mặc cả) với ai để mua bán cái gì
- to bargain for
- mong đợi, chờ đón; tính trước
- that's more than I bargained: điều đó thật quá với sự mong đợi của tôi
+an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each
+an advantageous purchase
+negotiate the terms of an exchange
+come to terms; arrive at an agreement
Advanced English Dictionary
1 agreement, contract, understanding, arrangement, covenant, pact, compact, settlement, transaction, deal:
We made a bargain - I would provide the materials and he would do the work.
2 good deal, Colloq give-away, US steal:
If you paid only $100 for this painting, you got a real bargain.
3 negotiate, trade, haggle, barter, dicker, chaffer:
We bargained far into the night, and finally came to an agreement after eight hours of discussion.
4 bargain for. expect, count on, anticipate, foresee, take into account, allow for, be prepared for:
Even though the storm had been predicted, it was windier than we had bargained for.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a thing bought for less than the usual price: I picked up a few good bargains in the sale. + The car was a bargain at that price. + bargain prices
2 ~ (with sb) an agreement between two or more people or groups, to do sth for each other: He and his partner had made a bargain to tell each other everything. + I've done what I promised and I expect you to keep your side of the bargain (= do what you agreed in return). + Finally the two sides struck a bargain (= reached an agreement).
Idioms: into the bargain (BrE) (AmE in the bargain) (used to emphasize an extra piece of information) also; as well: Volunteers learn a lot and enjoy themselves into the bargain.
more at HARD adj., STRIKE v.
+ verb [V] ~ (with sb) (about / over / for sth) to discuss prices, conditions, etc. with sb in order to reach an agreement that is satisfactory: He said he wasn't prepared to bargain. + In the market dealers were bargaining with growers over the price of coffee.
Phrasal Verbs: bargain sth<->away to give sth away and not get sth of equal value in return: They felt that their leaders had bargained away their freedom.
bargain for / on sth (usually in negative sentences) to expect sth to happen and be prepared for it: We hadn't bargained for this sudden change in the weather. + When he agreed to answer a few questions, he got more than he bargained for (= he got more questions, or more difficult ones, than he had expected). + [+ -ing] I didn't bargain on finding them here as well. + I hadn't bargained on them being here.
1 sth sold at a lower price
absolute, amazing, good, real
VERB + BARGAIN
find, get, pick up
I picked up a really good bargain in the market.
BARGAIN + NOUN
buy, price | hunter, hunting | holiday | basement
VERB + BARGAIN
into the ~
(= as well)He's very strong and completely fearless into the bargain.
| ~ between
A bargain was struck between the employers and the unions.
| ~ with
I'll make a bargain with you.
drive a hard bargain
(= force sb to agree to the arrangement that is best for you),
keep (to) your half/part/side of the bargain
You haven't kept your side of the bargain.
| sb's side/part/half of the bargain
Her part of the bargain was to look after the car. verb
He bargained hard and was stubborn.
the right of workers to bargain collectively
He was prepared to bargain about money.
to bargain for a decent wage
crowds of men bargaining over horses
He tried to bargain with her.
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