Definition of strike a bargain in English:

strike a bargain

Make a bargain; agree to a deal.
More example sentences
  • To Powell the pragmatists, this is evidence that North Korea's government is willing to strike a bargain in return for its continued existence.
  • So, cable channels needn't strike a bargain with the FCC in order to operate.
  • ‘Miss Lyttle,’ he finally began, ‘let's strike a bargain, shall we?’
See parent entry: bargain

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