- capable of being negotiated: a negotiable salary demand.
- (of bills, securities, etc.) transferable by delivery, with or without endorsement, according to the circumstances, the title passing to the transferee.
- negotiables, negotiable bonds, stocks, etc.
Origin of negotiable
Examples from the Web for negotiable
Contemporary Examples of negotiable
“Trying to ask the Holy See to change its teachings is not negotiable,” he told Vatican Radio.UN Slams Vatican On Predator Priests
Barbie Latza Nadeau
February 5, 2014
He basically said, everything else is negotiable, just agree to this one thing.Obama's Statement: Setting the Terms of Debate
November 9, 2012
In today's pushcart economy, every price is negotiable—from cars and electronics to cashmere sweaters and fine jewelry.Haggling Through the Apocalypse
February 27, 2009
Now, like most other personal services around town, it is negotiable, depending on the time involved.Bargain Hunting in Beverly Hills
January 13, 2009
Historical Examples of negotiable
If negotiable cheques only grew on trees, life would not be so difficult.'A Woman Intervenes
The promise to pay of a negotiable note must be unconditional.Up To Date Business
"I have five millions in negotiable securities," Delancy added.Making People Happy
Negotiable drafts were known to the Assyrians and Carthaginians.Essay on the Creative Imagination
The discount of negotiable paper also is a duty of the directors.Commercial Law
Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
- able to be negotiated
- (of a bill of exchange, promissory note, etc) legally transferable in title from one party to another