Definition of 'bargain'
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The second part of the bargain can be harder. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That they don't know how to drive a bargain? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Nor is this the only recent example of how foreign bargain hunters can bid up the value of British businesses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)YOU can buy big-ticket beauty items for bargain prices if you shop online and not at store counters. The Sun (2016)The gaffer may have had his eye on a few bargains playing in the finals. The Sun (2010)If bargains look too good to be true they probably are. The Sun (2015)You can exhaust people into a bargain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The other places to get serious bargains are car auctions. The Sun (2011)Otherwise he could show the world how to deliver top quality service at bargain prices. The Sun (2016)Look what might happen if you drive too hard a bargain with our oil firms. The Sun (2011)Now we are a nation of voracious bargain hunters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You should be able to drive a hard bargain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The employer has no duty to bargain with any union representative during the interview. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, FunctionsThe best design products for the garden this season include bargain buys and investment pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Check out online auction sites for bargain wedding items. The Sun (2010)Get the right look at a bargain price with these fab wide leg jeans. The Sun (2007)He bargains hard when buying products and land. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Andorra is another good choice for bargain hunters. The Sun (2012)This phenomenon is a growing threat to house prices from buyers who drive a hard bargain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The advantage of having a union bargain for all players is thus reduced. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)All this is exciting the bargain hunters watching price movements on websites. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The few oil companies that buy new rigs are expected to drive a hard bargain and push prices down. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With so many people looking for bargains, shoppers need to be determined. The Sun (2012) People love a bargain, especially in a credit crunch. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They arrange to auction it but bargain without the sitting tenant - a mouse. The Sun (2008)As part of a plea bargain he agreed not to ride in Britain for at least a year. The Sun (2014)This bargain set includes a cot, chest of drawers and changing table for less than the price of a cot elsewhere. The Sun (2012)But you pay a price for that, and it's not always a good bargain. Christianity Today (2000)This week I've scoured the top stores for the best party bargains. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'bargain'
British English: bargain /ˈbɑːɡɪn/ NOUN
Something that is a bargain is good value, usually because it has been sold at a lower price than normal.
At this price the dress is a bargain.
- American English: bargain
- Arabic: صَفْقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pechincha
- Chinese: 便宜货
- Croatian: pogodna kupnja
- Czech: výhodná koupě
- Danish: godt køb
- Dutch: koopje
- European Spanish: ganga
- Finnish: sopimus
- French: bonne affaire
- German: Handel
- Greek: ευκαιρία
- Italian: affare
- Japanese: 売買契約
- Korean: 거래 계약
- Norwegian: kupp
- Polish: dobicie targu
- European Portuguese: pechincha
- Romanian: chilipir
- Russian: выгодная покупка
- Spanish: ganga
- Swedish: fynd
- Thai: การต่อรอง
- Turkish: kelepir
- Ukrainian: вигідна покупка
- Vietnamese: món hàng hời
Definition of bargain from the Collins English Dictionary
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