Definition of renegotiate in English:

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renegotiate

Pronunciation: /riːnɪˈɡəʊʃɪeɪt/

verb

[with object]
Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms: the parties will renegotiate the price
More example sentences
  • If the auditor issues a qualified opinion, the insurer won't issue coverage unless the company renegotiates new policy terms.
  • Do you think we should try to renegotiate our lease terms with the landlord?
  • This would allow the store to sell electronic goods in at least some of its stores without renegotiating its user terms.

Derivatives

renegotiable

adjective
Example sentences
  • Recently, both Peter Hawker, chairman of the Consultants and Specialists Committee, and John Hutton, health minister, have said that the contract is not renegotiable if the vote is negative.
  • The murkiness and partial rationality of shifting, renegotiable settlements are the vices of politics that legalist liberals seek to preclude.
  • In an attempt to strong-arm the electorate, Chirac made it clear that in the event of a ‘no’ vote, the constitution would not be renegotiable.

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