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Future trade negotiators please take note. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He could be a tough negotiator, but always in defence of the work and its artists. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Brussels will find this PM a much tougher negotiator than the last. The Sun (2017)He is a seasoned and tough negotiator with extensive experience of securing UK objectives in Brussels. The Sun (2017)She was known as a tough negotiator who could turn on adversaries tempted to belittle her. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She must be a fantastically tough negotiator. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was regarded as a tough negotiator but affable and charming in personal relations. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He is regarded as a tough negotiator. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He has proved himself a tough negotiator. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He enhanced his reputation as a tough negotiator over the crucial week of talks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What's the secret to success as a hostage negotiator? Christianity Today (2000)Burmese peace negotiators have accused the Chinese government of interfering with the talks to sabotage a deal. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Met Police hostage negotiators also gave support. The Sun (2006)Many of you will know he was a hostage negotiator in the 1980s. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This will help all the negotiators to take away the same interpretation of what they have done and make them less dependent on recollection. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)With a quick legal mind and ability as a tough negotiator, he became a specialist in mergers and acquisitions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And he's a tough negotiator. Times, Sunday Times (2010)US negotiators were taken aback that the Chinese leader sent his deputy to the main negotiations. Times, Sunday Times (2009)POLICE called in a hostage negotiator to talk down two men having a row on an roof just eight feet off the ground. The Sun (2015)And here his experience of both is put to good use in his examination the role of the crisis (for which read hostage ) negotiator. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'negotiator'
British English: negotiator /nɪˈɡəʊʃɪˌeɪtə/ NOUN
Negotiators are people who take part in political or financial negotiations.
- American English: negotiator
- Arabic: مُفَاوِضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: negociador
- Chinese: 谈判代表
- Croatian: pregovarač
- Czech: vyjednavač
- Danish: forhandler forhandlingsleder
- Dutch: onderhandelaar
- European Spanish: negociador
- Finnish: neuvottelija
- French: négociateur
- German: Unterhändler
- Greek: διαπραγματευτής
- Italian: negoziatore
- Japanese: 交渉者
- Korean: 협의자
- Norwegian: forhandler
- Polish: negocjator
- European Portuguese: negociador
- Romanian: negociator
- Russian: сторона, ведущая переговоры
- Spanish: negociador
- Swedish: förhandlare
- Thai: ผู้ต่อรอง
- Turkish: arabulucu
- Ukrainian: учасник переговорів
- Vietnamese: người thương thuyết
Definition of negotiator from the Collins English Dictionary
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