Negotiation

Negotiation is a dialogue between two or more people or parties intended to reach an understanding, resolve points of difference, to gain advantage for an individual or collective, or to craft outcomes to satisfy various interests. Negotiation occurs in business, non-profit organizations, government branches, legal proceedings, among nations and i...
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negotiation

(from the article `war, law of`) Hostilities may be suspended pending negotiation between the parties. Negotiation may, or may not, be preceded by the display of a white flag, which ... the established method of influencing the decisions and behaviour of foreign governments and peoples through dialogue, negotiation, and other ... Bey...
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negotiation

[n] - the activity or business of negotiating an agreement 2. [n] - a discussion intended to produce an agreement
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Negotiation

• (n.) The act or process of negotiating; a treating with another respecting sale or purchase. etc. • (n.) The transaction of business between nations; the mutual intercourse of governments by diplomatic agents, in making treaties, composing difference, etc.; as, the negotiations at Ghent. • (n.) Hence, mercantile business; trading. ...
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negotiation

dialogue 3 talks noun 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`
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Negotiation

[BDSM] In the BDSM community, negotiation is a form of communication where participants make arrangements on each other`s requirements, responsibilities, and limits to find the best possible agreement. Activity within BDSM relationships requires trust, openness about most practices that may include risks. On the other hand, partners have ce...
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Negotiation

Ne·go`ti·a'tion noun [ Latin negotiatio : confer French négociation .] 1. The act or process of negotiating; a treating with another respecting sale or purchase. etc. 2. Hence, mercantile business; trading. [ Obsolete] « Who had lost, with these prizes, forty tho...
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negotiation

1. The act or process of negotiating; a treating with another respecting sale or purchase. Etc. ... 2. Hence, mercantile business; trading. 'Who had lost, with these prizes, forty thousand pounds, after twenty years' negotiation in the East Indies.' (Evelyn) ... 3. The transaction of business between nations; the mutual intercourse of governments b...
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Negotiation

1) A give-and-take discussion that attempts to reach an agreement or settle a dispute. Negotiation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. 2) The transfer of a check, promissory note, bill of exchange, or other negotiable instrument to another in exchange for money, goods, services, or other benefit. (See also: negotiable instrument)
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Negotiation

1) It is a process by which the involved parties or group resolve matters of dispute by holding discussions and coming to an agreement which can be mutually agreed by them. It also refers to coming to closing a business deal or bargaining on some product. 2) It also means exchange of negotiable instruments such as bills of exchange, cheques etc in ...
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negotiation

a discussion intended to produce an agreement
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negotiation

a discussion intended to produce an agreement
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Negotiation

a give and take process between a buyer and a seller in which precise terms of supply, specification, delivery, price, and after-sales service, etc. are agreed.
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negotiation

Bargaining over an issue. In industrial relations, trade unions and employers are likely to negotiate the pay and conditions of workers in the process of collective bargaining. In sales, a company...
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negotiation

Bargaining over an issue. In industrial relations, trade unions and employers are likely to negotiate the pay and conditions of workers in the process of collective bargaining. In sales, a company may bargain with another company over the price to be paid for a product, its quality and packaging, and delivery dates. If negotiations break down, it m...
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Negotiation

is a joint process between employer and employee representatives leading towards agreement
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negotiation

n. 1) the transfer of a check, promissory note, bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument to another for money, goods, services or other benefit. 2) give-and-take discussion or conference in an attempt to reach an agreement or settle a dispute.
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Negotiation

See trade negotiation.
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Negotiation

The deliberation which takes place between the parties touching a proposed agreement. That which transpires in the negotiation makes no part of the agreement, unless introduced into it. It is a general rule that no evidence can be given to add, diminish, contradict or alter a written instrument. merc. law. The act by which a bill of exchange or...
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NEGOTIATION

The face to face process used by local unions and the employer to exchange their views on those matters involving personnel policies and practices or other matters affecting the working conditions of employees in the unit and reduced to a written binding agreement. Used also by contracting officers to reach agreement with potential contractors.
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Negotiation

The process by which a negotiable instrument such as a Bill of exchange, Promissory Note or Cheque is transferred in good faith and for value. Negotiation only occurs when the transferring party receives value. In international trade this is normally an exchange of funds or a commitment to pay
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Negotiation

The process of offers and counter-offers on a proposal to reach a mutual agreement.
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Negotiation

When players of a game make deals.
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