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English translation of 'negociar'

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Verb Table transitive verb
to negotiate
Verb Table intransitive verb
1.  (Politics etc.) to negotiate
2.  (Business)
negociar en or con to deal intrade in

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Example Sentences Including 'negociar'

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Claro que para negociar hace falta tener enfrente a alguien que reflexione con propiedad y un cierto sentido común.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El presidente anunció un viaje a París en los primeros días del año para intentar negociar directamente con el Mónaco el fichaje del delantero francés Thierry Henry.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Los sindicatos intentan con esta iniciativa obligar a la patronal del sector a negociar las condiciones del convenio colectivo, estancadas desde el mes de marzo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Por aquellos días fui a París con el encargo de negociar con el líder montonero Mario Cambra.
Adolfo Domínguez Juan Griego
También podemos negociar con los demás para conseguir satisfacer nuestras necesidades.
Elena Llanos López Cómo vivir bien en pareja

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'negociar' in Other Languages

British English: negotiate /nɪˈɡəʊʃɪˌeɪt/ VERB
If one person or group negotiates with another, they talk about a problem or a situation in order to solve the problem or complete the arrangement.
The government would not negotiate with the rebels.
He wants to negotiate a deal with the football club.
  • American English: negotiate
  • Arabic: يَتفَاوَضُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: negociar
  • Chinese: 商议
  • Croatian: pregovarati
  • Czech: vyjednat
  • Danish: forhandle
  • Dutch: onderhandelen
  • European Spanish: negociar
  • Finnish: neuvotella
  • French: négocier
  • German: verhandeln
  • Greek: διαπραγματεύομαι
  • Italian: negoziare
  • Japanese: 交渉する
  • Korean: 협상하다
  • Norwegian: forhandle
  • Polish: wynegocjować
  • European Portuguese: negociar
  • Romanian: a negocia
  • Russian: вести переговоры
  • Spanish: negociar
  • Swedish: förhandla
  • Thai: ต่อรอง
  • Turkish: görüşmek
  • Ukrainian: проводити переговори
  • Vietnamese: thương lượng
British English: broker VERB
If a country or government brokers an agreement, a ceasefire, or a round of talks, they try to negotiate or arrange it.
They brokered a peace in the country at the end of March.


Translation of negociar from the Collins Spanish to English
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