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  • EN [ ˈbɑːɡən]
  • US [ ˈbɑːrɡən]

English definition


  • 1. an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each;

    • "he made a bargain with the devil"
    • "he rose to prominence through a series of shady deals"
  • 2. an advantageous purchase;

    • "she got a bargain at the auction"
    • "the stock was a real buy at that price"


  • 1. negotiate the terms of an exchange;

    • "We bargained for a beautiful rug in the bazaar"
  • 2. come to terms; arrive at an agreement

Example sentences

  • This isn't what I wanted at all, but I must make the best of a bad bargain.

  • You can drive a hard bargain in the free market.

  • Don't bargain on getting any support from her; she's very selfish.

  • We do not like to bargain with you about the prices.

  • This shirt was a bargain — only £15 in a sale.

  • The two parties made a bargain to cease fire.

  • He drove a hard bargain with me over the terms of the contract.

  • She was a distinguished oceanographer, and a gifted painter into the bargain.

  • After they had haggled for some time, the two men decided to close the bargain.

  • Bargain hunters enjoyed a real bonanza today.

  • Frank is a teacher, and an artist into the bargain.

  • We struck a bargain with an American shipping firm.

  • She soon found that she had made a bad bargain.

  • Don't drive a hard bargain over such a little thing.

  • They clapped up a bargain.

  • He bought the house, and the furniture into the bargain.

  • I hope you will drive a good bargain with him.

  • These shoes are a bargain. Smith is closing them out.

  • I refuse to bargain over the price.

  • At that low price the house is a bargain.

  • They closed with a bargain.

  • We will never bargain away principles.

  • You pulled off a good bargain there.

  • She is rich. Now you say she is a beauty into the bargain.

  • A plea bargain was offered by the state assuring her that she would not go to prison.

  • "It's a fabulous deal, a real bargain."

  • Clothes are the best bargain, with many items marked down.

  • At this price the wine is a bargain.

Phrase collocation

  • drive a hard bargain

    be uncompromising in making a deal

  • into(北美in) the bargain

    in addition to what has been already mentioned or was expected

    • I am now tired and extremely hungry—with a headache into the bargain.

  • keep one's side of the bargain

    carry out the promises one has made as part of an agreement

  • bargain for 或 bargain on

    To count on; expect

    • “I never bargained for this tearing feeling inside me”(&b{Anne Tyler})

  • into the bargain 或 in the bargain

    Over and above what is expected; in addition.

Synonym discrimination

  • agreement, contract, treaty, convention, bargain, understanding, accord

  • business, commerce, trade, bargain, deal


Meaning of bargain

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