Translation of negotiate in Spanish:
- 1.1 (confer, talk) after months of negotiatingthe delegates will negotiate over the terms of the agreementtras meses de negociacioneslos delegados negociarán los términos del acuerdoExample sentences1.2
also: negotiating present participle (before noun)(team/committee)the negotiating tableencargado de las negociacionesla mesa negociadora or de negociacionesExample sentences
- The United Forum of Bank Unions has been negotiating for a new agreement with Indian Banks Association since July 2 but has failed to reach a settlement.
- The court rules encourage both sides to negotiate and reach agreement wherever possible.
- That matrix was the background to the commercial adventure that formed the subject matter of the contract, not the mechanism by which the parties set about negotiating and reaching agreement.
- For a while the police tried to negotiate a way to bring the 65 year-old cleric out of jail and off to a new cell without confrontation.
- Rather, they were able to negotiate a settlement with the English which brought their conflict to an end.
- My father, at last glimpse, cell phone glued to his ear, was negotiating a settlement for some inscrutable business deal.
- 2 (pass, deal with)(difficulty)they negotiated the rocky pathshe had difficulty negotiating the stairssalvaron or pasaron el camino rocosole costó subir las escalerasExample sentences
- Many had difficulty negotiating the cross-drive obstacle, where often it was not until they were almost upon it that is was clear whether the sheep were going through or around the outside.
- Would you want to be a pedestrian or cyclist using such a street while some of the drivers around here try to negotiate an obstacle course?
- However, the difficulties of negotiating the political obstacles to further reform of the CAP were clearly demonstrated in November 1995.
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