- n. 交易；便宜货；契约
- v. 讨价还价；议价；(谈价钱后)卖
- [C]协议,交易 an agreement, made between two people or groups, to do sth in return for sth else
- [C]特价商品 sth for sale or bought for less than its real value
- vt. & vi. 讨价还价; 商谈 talk about the conditions of a sale, agreement
- vt. 提出条件,要求做到 make a condition
- vi. 预料到 take into account; consider as likely or possible
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"
an advantageous purchase;
"she got a bargain at the auction"
"the stock was a real buy at that price"
negotiate the terms of an exchange;
"We bargained for a beautiful rug in the bazaar"
come to terms; arrive at an agreement
- He made a satisfactory bargain with them.
- If you promote our goods, we will give you a good discount as our part of the bargain.
- She knows a bargain when she sees one.
- There never was a better bargain driver.
- They sealed their bargain by shaking hands.
- The salesman refused to bargain over the price.
- Bargain like a gypsy,but pay like a gentleman.
- The leaders bargained away the freedom of their people.
- It's a bargain.
- They haven't kept their side of the bargain.
- A bargain is a bargain.
- If you promote our goods, we will give a good discount as our part of the bargain.
- He drove a good bargain last Sunday.
- The book is real bargain at two yuan .
- These shoes are a real bargain at such a low price.
- The department store is having a bargain sale.
- The bargain they reached with their employers was to reduce their wage claim in return for a shorter working week.
- The bargain we struck with them last year has already been broken.
- He's good at bargaining.
- She hates to bargain.
- They spent much time bargaining.
- Never pay the advertised price for a car; always try to bargain.
- We bargained a new wage increase.
- He bargained that he would be there on time.
- They bargained that they should not have to work on Friday afternoon.
- The increased demand for their skills has given these workers greater bargaining power.
- Ownership of the land gives us a strong bargaining counter.
- We're now in a rather poor bargaining position.
- close〔make, reach, strike〕 a bargain (with)
(与…)达成协议,成交 reach an agreement (with)
- drive a bargain (with)
(与…)讲价钱,谈条件 argue about price or conditions (with)
- drive a hard bargain (with)
(与…)极力讨价还价; 坚持苛刻的条件 tend to make an agreement (with sb) that is very much in one's favour
- get〔have〕 the best〔worst〕 of the bargain
占大便宜〔吃大亏〕 make best〔worst〕 use of a deal
- into the bargain
此外,而且 in addition to everything else
- make the best of a bad bargain
在不利的情况下尽力而为,随遇而安 do best one can under difficult conditions
- bargain about〔over〕 (v.+prep.)
议(某物)之价; 就(某物)讨价还价 try to reach agreement on the price of (sth)
bargain about〔over〕 sth
I refuse to bargain over the price.
The women spend hours in the market, bargaining about the goods.
- bargain away (v.+adv.)
轻易放弃 allow (sth such as an advantage) to be lost in return for sth of little value
The women in the market often bargain away for hours.
女人们经常在市场上一连几小时讨价还价。bargain sth ⇔ away
What a fool I was to bargain away my best dishes for this worthless furniture.
He bargained away his estate in the country.
The old house in the city was bargained away by Tom's father.
城里的老屋被汤姆的爸爸廉价卖掉了。bargain sth ⇔ away
The trade unions bargained away their rights in exchange for a small pay rise.
The rights that took years to win were bargained away in a few minutes' talks.
- bargain for (v.+prep.)
料到,考虑到(某情况) take into account
- bargain on (v.+prep.)
料到,考虑到(某情况) take into account
- bargain with (v.+prep.)
与(某人)讨价还价 attempt to agree a price with (sb)
bargain with sb/sth
The women are bargaining with their neighbours.
He bargained with the merchant for an hour before he bought the rug.
If you bargain with them, they might reduce the price.
The tourists were bargaining with the man about the price.
I should like to bargain with him.
- close a bargain 达成协议
- discuss a bargain 洽谈生意
- drive a bargain 讲价钱，谈条件
- drive a hard bargain 极力讨价还价
- find a bargain 买到便宜货
- get a bargain 买到便宜货
- keep a bargain 遵守协议
- make a bargain 达成协议
- make a bargain with sb 与某人达成协议,与某人成交
- reach a bargain 达成协议
- shop for bargains 到商店去买廉价物品
- strike a bargain 达成一项协议
- bad bargain 坏的协议,亏本生意,损失
- cheap bargain 便宜的买卖
- fair bargain 公平的买卖
- good bargain 好的协议,赚钱的买卖
- losing bargain 亏本的买卖
- satisfactory bargain 满意的交易
- sordid bargain 肮脏的交易
- into the bargain 此外，而且
- get the best of the bargain 占大便宜
- get the worst of the bargain 吃大亏
- have the best of the bargain 占大便宜
- have the worst of the bargain 吃大亏
- make the best of a bad bargain 在不利的情况下尽力而为,随遇而安
- bargain cleverly 聪明地讨价还价
- bargain fairly 公平地讨价还价
- bargain remarkably 不平常地讨价还价
- bargain selfishly 利己地讨价还价
- bargain sensationally 合理地讨价还价
- bargain sharply 尖刻地讨价还价
- bargain shrewdly 精明地讨价还价
- bargain stupidly 傻乎乎地讨价还价
They were congratulating him; already beginning to chaffer and bargain.出自： H. Allen
He had to bargain quite hard in order to be quoted a reasonable price.出自： R. P. Jhabvala
A system of free wage-bargaining.出自： J. M. Keynes
- bargain的基本意思是“协议,交易”,指双方或各方约定彼此要为对方做的事项; bargain还可作“特价商品”解,这种商品多指廉价购买或廉价出售的,有时还可以指通过讨价还价成交的商品。
- bargain是可数名词,其前可加不定冠词或定冠词, bargain作“廉价”解时,可充当定语。
- bargain和good bargain都指“便宜货”，但bad bargain指“买得价格过高的东西”。
- bargain for, bargain about〔over〕
- 1.bargain for有较明确的目的性,即“为…讨价还价”; 而bargain about〔over〕则侧重对象、内容,即“就…讨价还价”。
- 2.bargain for的宾语多为具体的物品,如a car, a desk等,不可接price等条款性抽象名词; 而bargain about〔over〕的宾语多为price等条款性抽象名词,较少接具体名词。例如:
- The women spend hours in the market, bargaining about the goods.女人们在市场上逛了几小时,对商品讨价还价。
- bargain for, bargain on
- 在表示“指望,期待”的意思时, bargain for与bargain on同义,只是后者为美式英语。
- ☆ 14世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的bargaignier，意为讨价还价；最初源自法兰克语的borganjan，意为借。