Roosevelt wrestled with Big Business, solved labor disputes, negotiated international treaties, and saved football.
It was a conversation pressed spasmodically by the guerrillas, with a view to a negotiated political settlement with the U.S.
When he was in high school, he negotiated a deal for himself that any agent would be proud of.
She negotiated a 50 percent discount, buying the two works for $60 total.
It appears Priceline has negotiated itself all the way to a major upgrade.
A liberal consular convention which has been negotiated with Belgium will be submitted to the Senate.
They won't be satisfied with a token victory and a negotiated compromise.
Tea was negotiated, as customary at the Towers, and he made a parade of his independence over it.
Before them was a slope as precipitous as that they had just negotiated—but it went down.
The Huns, too, negotiated with several generals and princes and received tempting offers.
"to communicate in search of mutual agreement," 1590s, back-formation from negotiation, or else from Latin negotiatus, past participle of negotiari. In the sense of "tackle successfully" (1862), it at first meant "to clear on horseback a hedge, fence, or other obstacle" and "originated in the hunting-field; those who hunt the fox like also to hunt jocular verbal novelties" [Gowers, 1965]. Related: Negotiated; negotiating.