n.交易, 便宜货, 契约
v.讨价还价, 议价, (谈价钱后)卖
The exam was more difficult than I had bargained for.
The leaders bargained away the freedom of their people.
If you promote our goods, we will give you a good discount as our part of the bargain.
She was a distinguished scientist and a gifted painter into the bargain.
The salesman refused to bargain over the price.
He bargained with them for the property.
He made a satisfactory bargain with them.
an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each
negotiate the terms of an exchange
come to terms; arrive at an agreement
2. 买卖, 交易
Clement made a satisfactory bargain with him.
3. 特价商品, 便宜货
These toys are a real bargain at such low prices.
She bargained with the fishmonger over the price.
They bargained on a two-year term.
3. (常与否定词连用)预料, 指望[(+for/on)]
They finally bargained out the obstacles to an agreement.
The trade union bargained that its members should have another week's holiday.
I bargain that the job will be done in three days.