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bargain

US [ˈbɑrɡən]
UK [ˈbɑː(r)ɡɪn]
  • n.交易;便宜货;协议;减价品
  • v.商讨条件
  • Web讨价还价;议价;廉价货
Plural Form:bargains  Present Participle:bargaining  Past Tense:bargained  
bargain
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n.
1.
减价品;便宜货a thing bought for less than the usual price
I picked up a few good bargains in the sale.
我在减价期间买了几样挺不错的便宜货。
The car was a bargain at that price.
那辆车的价格真便宜。
bargain prices
廉价
2.
~ (with sb)
协议;交易an agreement between two or more people or groups, to do sth for each other
He and his partner had made a bargain to tell each other everything.
他和他的合伙人约定,要互通信息,毫无保留。
I've done what I promised and I expect you to keep your side of the bargain(= do what you agreed in return) .
我已经履约,希望你也能遵守协议。
Finally the two sides struck a bargain(= reached an agreement) .
双方最终达成了协议。
IDM
Volunteers learn a lot and enjoy themselves into the bargain.
志愿者在学到很多东西的同时还能得到乐趣。
into the bargain
另外;而且;也also; as well
Volunteers learn a lot and enjoy themselves into the bargain.
志愿者在学到很多东西的同时还能得到乐趣。
v.
1.
[i]
(与某人就某事)讨价还价,商讨条件to discuss prices, conditions, etc. with sb in order to reach an agreement that is acceptable
In the market dealers were bargaining with growers over the price of coffee.
在市场上商人正和种植者就咖啡的价格进行商谈。
He said he wasn't prepared to bargain.
他说他不愿讨价还价。

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