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bargain /ˈbɑːɡən, ˈbɑːɡɪn $ ˈbɑːr-/ noun [countable]

چانه زنی در معاملات ، مذاکره ، معامله باصرفه ، معامله شیرین ، چانه زدن در معامله ، سودا ، داد و ستد ، خرید ارزان (با) a ، چانه زدن ، قرارداد معامله بستن ، قانون ـ فقه: معامله ، بیع و شراء ، بازرگانی: معامله باصرفه انجام دادن ، چانه زنی در معامله
- agreement, arrangement, contract, pact, pledge, promise
- good buy, (cheap) purchase, discount, giveaway, good deal, reduction, snip (informal), steal (informal)
- negotiate, agree, contract, covenant, promise, stipulate, transact
Contrasted words: cheat, flimflam, gouge, sticking, sting
Related Words: deal, giveaway, arrange, confer, negotiate, compromise
English Thesaurus: cheap, low, inexpensive, reasonable, economical, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bargain1 /ˈbɑːɡən, ˈbɑːɡɪn $ ˈbɑːr-/ noun [countable]

1. something you buy cheaply or for less than its usual price:
There are no bargains in the clothes shops at the moment.
It’s an attractive little home, and I think it’s a bargain.
That second-hand table was a real bargain.
Good watches don't come at bargain prices.
Bargain hunters (=people looking for things to buy at low prices) queued outside the store for hours.

2. an agreement, made between two people or groups to do something in return for something else
make/strike a bargain
Management and unions have struck a bargain over wage increases.
I’ve kept my side of the bargain and I expect you to keep a hard bargain at hard1(18)

3. into the bargain (also in the bargain American English) in addition to everything else:
I am now tired, cold, and hungry, with a headache into the bargain.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bargain2 verb [intransitive]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: bargaignier]
to discuss the conditions of a sale, agreement etc, for example to try and get a lower price
bargain for
workers bargaining for better pay
bargain over
They bargained over the level of wages.
bargain with
women bargaining with traders
—bargainer noun [countable]:
He’s the hardest bargainer in the business.
bargain for something (also bargain on something) phrasal verb
[usually in negatives] to expect that something will happen and make it part of your plans:
They hadn’t bargained for such a dramatic change in the weather.
bargain on doing something
I hadn’t bargained on being stuck in traffic on the way home.
The thief got more than he bargained for, as Mr Cox tripped him up with his walking stick.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. sth sold at a lower price
ADJ. absolute, amazing, good, real
VERB + BARGAIN find, get, pick up I picked up a really good bargain in the market.
BARGAIN + NOUN buy, price | hunter, hunting | holiday | basement

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. agreement
ADJ. excellent, good
VERB + BARGAIN make, strike
PREP. into the ~ (= as well) He's very strong and completely fearless into the bargain.
~ between A bargain was struck between the employers and the unions.
~ with I'll make a bargain with you.
PHRASES drive a hard bargain (= force sb to agree to the arrangement that is best for you), keep (to) your half/part/side of the bargain You haven't kept your side of the bargain.
sb's side/part/half of the bargain Her part of the bargain was to look after the car.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. hard He bargained hard and was stubborn.
collectively the right of workers to bargain collectively
PREP. about He was prepared to bargain about money.
for to bargain for a decent wage
over crowds of men bargaining over horses
with He tried to bargain with her.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a real bargain
In the market you can sometimes pick up a real bargain.
an absolute bargain
£59.99 is an absolute bargain.
a brilliant/amazing bargain
The house they bought was an amazing bargain.
look for/search for a bargain
She began looking for bargains at car boot sales.
get a bargain
Everyone likes to think they are getting a bargain.
find a bargain
Investors may be able to find some bargains this year.
pick up/snap up a bargain (=find one)
You can often pick up a bargain at an auction.
offer a bargain
The Regency hotel is offering off-season bargains.
a bargain price
In the sales you can get a fully fitted kitchen at a bargain price.
a bargain buy
This remains a bargain buy at £3.99.
a bargain hunter (=someone looking for a bargain)
Bargain hunters queued for hours before the store opened.
bargain hunting
They're off to do some bargain hunting at the January sales.
a bargain basement (=part of a large shop below ground where the price of goods is reduced)
Everything is reduced to clear in the bargain basement!

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: drive a bargain , in the bargain or into the bargain

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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