Translation of negotiable in Spanish:

negotiable

Pronunciation: /nɪˈgəʊʃəbəl/

adj

  • 1.1 (subject to negotiation) [contract/claim] negociable salary negotiable sueldo (masculine) negociable or a negociar
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    • The fact that real estate fees are negotiable was discussed several times in the columns.
    • It's not negotiable, it's not open to question, and it never changes.
    • The concept of ‘unbounded person’ assumes that the boundary between one person and others is not fixed and definite, but flexible and negotiable.
    1.2 [Finance/Finanzas] negociable negotiable instruments valores (masculine plural) negociables not negotiable no negociable
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    • The negotiable document setting down the terms of credit is the so-called bill of exchange.
    • Even a bill of lading which is not made negotiable operates as a document of title, because the consignee named therein can only claim delivery of the goods from the shipowner if able to produce the bill of lading.
    • Financial investment portfolio will hold easily negotiable assets assigned to the fiscal sustainability account and the heritage account.
    1.3 (passable) [road] transitable; [obstacle] superable
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    • The Nobel Committee itself recognised this in its citation, proclaiming ‘that the only negotiable route to global peace and co-operation goes by way of the U.N’.
    • Slower vehicles, less negotiable routes and higher monetary costs lead to fewer journeys and shorter distances - and thus less traffic.
    • Slip down here, keeping right near the bottom and follow the rift along for a few metres until you see a negotiable route back up the rift over flowstone.

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