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from strength

Definition of from strength in English:

From a secure or advantageous position: it makes sense to negotiate from strength
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  • The Soviet Union could now negotiate from strength.
  • The failure of the General Strike of 1926 underlined his belief that unions should negotiate from strength.
  • He negotiated from strength with the Portuguese and was elected the first president of Mozambique in 1975.
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