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negotiations, plural;
  1. Discussion aimed at reaching an agreement
    • - a worldwide ban is currently under negotiation
    • - negotiations between unions and employers
  2. The action or process of negotiating
    • - negotiation of the deals
  3. The action or process of transferring ownership of a document

  1. a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
  2. the activity or business of negotiating an agreement; coming to terms
  3. (negotiate) negociate: discuss the terms of an arrangement; "They negotiated the sale of the house"
  4. (negotiate) succeed in passing through, around, or over; "The hiker negociated the high mountain pass"
  5. Negotiation is a dialogue intended to resolve disputes, to produce an agreement upon courses of action, to bargain for individual or collective advantage, or to craft outcomes to satisfy various interests. It is the primary method of alternative dispute resolution.
  6. 30 Rock, a situation comedy television series, premiered on October 11, 2006 in the United States on NBC. ...
  7. In the BDSM community, negotiation is a form of communication where participants make arrangements on each others' requirements, responsibilities, and limits to find the best possible agreement.
  8. "The Negotiation" is the 20th episode of the ABC series FlashForward.
  9. (Negotiations (album)) Free Agents is a loosely knit group of "rap comrades" who came together to make a statement about independence and ownership in a turbulent time in the music industry. The group consists of Jay Tee, B-12 & Young Dru and their first album Negotiations was released in 2002. ...
  10. The process of achieving agreement through discussion
  11. (negotiate) To confer with others in order to come to terms or reach an agreement; To arrange or settle something by mutual agreement; To succeed in coping with, or getting over something
  12. means negotiations between the parties in relation to the Proposal.
  13. (Negotiations) the process by which the bargaining team bargain to set wages, hours, terms and conditions of employment , and the processes for handling grievances.
  14. ("Negotiations") are exchanges that take place after competitive range with the intent of allowing the offeror to revise its proposal. These negotiations may include "bargaining". FAR 15.306(d).
  15. (Negotiations) A set of discussions between two or more enterprises to determine the business relationship.
  16. (Negotiations) Attorneys orchestrate a variety of negotiations. including those involving injury claims, criminal charges, family disputes, and commercial disputes.
  17. (Negotiations) In response to Mexico’s growing inability to meet its debt obligations, negotiations began among the Mexican government, the IMF and the World Bank, the United States government, and hundreds of commercial bank creditors around the world via Bank Advisory Committees ("BACs" ) or ...
  18. (Negotiations) over advances usually boil down to finding each party’s “point of pain” and determining whether an accommodation can be reached where neither side is so uncomfortable that a deal cannot be reached.
  19. (Negotiate) To communicate on a matter of disagreement between two parties, with a view to first listen to the other party's perspective and to then attempt to arrive at a resolution by consensus.
  20. (negotiate) To bargain or discuss something so that you can come to an agreement
  21. (NEGOTIATE) When two or more people decide to work out a conflict themselves, they might follow a set of steps. The steps help them work out the conflict or negotiate.
  22. (Negotiate) Any activity preliminary to the execution of a binding agreement for the sale of land in a subdivision or partition, including but not limited to advertising, solicitation, and promotion of the sale of such land.
  23. (Negotiate) In family law, the process by which a contract or agreement is formed, usually consisting of the mutual compromise of the parties' original positions to the extent tolerable by each party. See "Alternative Dispute Resolution" and “Family Law Agreements.”
  24. (Negotiate) Reach agreement on specific proposals through discussion or communication with others of a different viewpoint.
  25. (Negotiate) The process of give and take by which members of the audience interpret, deconstruct and find meaning within a media text.