negotiate

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English - Turkish
{f} görüşmek

Onun işi yabancı alıcılarla görüşmek. - His job is to negotiate with foreign buyers.

Biz görüşmek istiyoruz. - We want to negotiate.

müzakerede bulunmak
{f} müzakere etmek/yapmak, görüşmek
{f} müzakere ederek -i sonuca bağlamak
{f} tartışmak
müzakerelerde bulunmak
müzakere

Aşırı kişiler müzakere etmeyi reddettiler. - The extremists refused to negotiate.

Komutan müzakere etmeyi reddetti. - The commander refused to negotiate.

(Bilgisayar) anlaş

Bir sonraki adım barış anlaşmasının koşullarını görüşmekti. - The next step was to negotiate terms of a peace treaty.

Barış anlaşması görüşme girişimleri başarısız oldu. - Attempts to negotiate a peace treaty failed.

müzakere yapmak
zor bir durumu atlatmak
{f} ciro etmek
akdetmek
anlaşmayı görüş
rahatça geçmek
{f} paraya çevirmek
aşabilmek
başar/görüş
arabulucu
{f} aşmak
negotiatordelege
{f} kırdırmak
{f} (çek/bono) ciro
{f} başarmak
(Mukavele) anlaşmayı müzakere etmek
{f} (zor bir durumu) atlatmak; (engeli) aşmak
tertip etmek
{f} geçmek
ciro etmek üstesinden gelmek
imzalamak
kırdırmak (senet)
devretmek
ciro etmek (çek/bono)
aşmak (engeli)
negotiate with
ile müzakere
negotiate a bill
(Ticaret) bir poliçeyi ciro etmek
negotiate a negotiation
(Politika, Siyaset) bir müzakereyi başlatmak
negotiate the bend
virajı almak
negotiate the bend
viraj dönmek
negotiation
müzakere

Müzakereler birkaç gün sürdü. - Negotiations lasted many days.

Biz bu müzakereyi bozmak istiyoruz. - We want to break off this negotiation.

negotiation
{i} görüşme

Tutsakların kaderi görüşmenin sonucuna göre değişir. - The fate of the hostages depends on the result of the negotiation.

Görüşmelerden sonra iki taraf, anlaşmazlık konusunda bir uzlaşmaya vardılar. - After much negotiation, the two sides in the dispute reached a compromise.

negotiation
uzlaşma

Görüşmelerden sonra iki taraf, anlaşmazlık konusunda bir uzlaşmaya vardılar. - After much negotiation, the two sides in the dispute reached a compromise.

negotiator
{i} delege

Dış görünüşte bir sümsük gibi görünüyor. Fakat özünde onu zorlu bir delege yapan sağlam bir iradesi var. - He seems like a softy on the surface, but at the core he's got an iron will that makes him an extremely tough negotiator.

negotiation
muhabir
negotiation
(Askeri) pazarlık etme
negotiated
(Ticaret) ciro edilmiş
negotiation
kırdırma (senet)
negotiation
pazarlık
negotiation
ciro etme (çek/bono)
negotiation
(Ticaret) iştira
negotiation
aşma (engeli)
negotiation
(Ticaret) senedin ıskonto edilmesi
negotiation
zor bir durumu atlatma
negotiation
devretme
negotiator
murahhas
negotiator
arabulucu

Arabulucular iki taslak metin üzerinde anlaşmaya vardı, ama hala anlaşma sağlanamayan birçok konu var. - Negotiators have agreed on two draft texts, but there are still many areas of disagreement.

Oldukça yetenekli bir arabulucusun. - You're quite a skilled negotiator.

It is unwise to negotiate what is not in hand
(Atasözü) Denizde balık pazarı olmaz
fail to negotiate the bend
virajı alamamak
negotiation
{i} ciro etme
negotiation
ciro edip satma
negotiation
{i} (çek/bono) ciro etme
negotiation
{i} aşma
negotiation
{i} (zor bir durumu) atlatma; (engeli) aşma
negotiation
geçilme/görüşme
negotiation
bir meseleyi tedbirle halletme
negotiation
(Askeri) PAZARLIK: Bir sözleşmenin şartları üzerinde anlaşmaya varmak için 1947 tarihli Silahlı Kuvvetler Tedarik Kanununda belirtilen resimli ilan ve kapalı zarf usulünden gayri herhangi bir usul. Bu usul; hem satış hem satın alma sözleşmelerinde uygulanır
negotiation
{i} anlaşmaya varma
negotiation
{i} (senet) kırdırma
negotiation
paraya çevirme
negotiator
{i} görüşmeci
English - English
To arrange or settle something by mutual agreement

We negotiated the contract to everyone's satisfaction.

To succeed in coping with, or getting over something

Although the car was quite rickety, he could negotiate the curves very well.

To confer with others in order to come to terms or reach an agreement
To transfer for a valuable consideration under rules of commercial law; to sell; to pass
{v} to traffic, trade, treat with, transact, make, manage
To intrigue; to scheme
If people negotiate with each other or negotiate an agreement, they talk about a problem or a situation such as a business arrangement in order to solve the problem or complete the arrangement. It is not clear whether the president is willing to negotiate with the democrats When you have two adversaries negotiating, you need to be on neutral territory The local government and the army negotiated a truce Western governments have this week urged him to negotiate and avoid force The South African president has negotiated an end to white-minority rule His publishing house had just begun negotiating for her next books There were reports that three companies were negotiating to market the drug
To hold intercourse respecting a treaty, league, or convention; to treat with, respecting peace or commerce; to conduct communications or conferences
To "buy" documents representing ownership of money, goods, or other items of value The seller is also said to "negotiate to" the buyer Unless otherwise agreed between the buyer and seller (e g , by negotiating "without recourse"), the seller continues to be fully responsible for the enforceability of the documents A bank that negotiates documents under a letter of credit advances funds to the presenter before submitting the documents to the issuing bank for payment
Negotiate refers to the process of conferring with another party so as to arrive at a settlement of some matter
If you negotiate an area of land, a place, or an obstacle, you successfully travel across it or around it. Frank Mariano negotiates the desert terrain in his battered pickup I negotiated my way out of the airport and joined the flow of cars. = navigate
To treat with another respecting purchase and sale or some business affair; to bargain or trade; as, to negotiate with a man for the purchase of goods or a farm
to discuss an issue in order to come to an agreement
To arrange the terms of a contract
To communicate on a matter of disagreement between two parties, with a view to first listen to the other party's perspective and to then attempt to arrive at a resolution by consensus
To deal or bargain with another to make an agreement
To transact business; to carry on trade
to transfer ownership of a financial instrument (like a check) to another (such as a bank) in return for a thing of value (usually cash)
To transact business, bargain with another , conduct communications or conferences in order to arrive at settlement
discuss the terms of an arrangement; "They negotiated the sale of the house"
To talk with someone in order to make a bargain, agreement or compromise
{f} conduct negotiations, bargain, deal; arrange, work out, compromise; clear or pass an obstacle
To carry on negotiations concerning; to procure or arrange for by negotiation; as, to negotiate peace, or an exchange
negotiate a curve
make a turn (in a vehicle)
negotiation
The process of achieving agreement through discussion
negotiator
A diplomat, moderator
negotiation
{n} a trading, treaty, of business, care
negotiator
{n} one employed to treat or manage
negotiated
{s} being subject to negotiation, discussed; arranged, worked out; having reached a compromise; cleared or passed (about an obstacle)
negotiated
past of negotiate
negotiates
present participle of to negotiate
negotiating
present participle of negotiate
negotiating
{i} bartering, discussing, bargaining; act of conducting a negotiation
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Discussion, written or otherwise, between two or more parties of different sides, the aim being to reach a common agreement Non conforming use The use of a property which does not conform to the allocation of the area for planning purposes Such a property may have been built in conformity with the planning requirement at the time and a policy change ensued; more usually, the property was constructed before planning control was introduced Net present value method (NPV) A method used in discounted cash flow analysis to find the sum of money representing the difference between the present value of all inflows and outflows of cash associated with the project by discounting each at a target yield
negotiation
A dispute resolution process in which two parties settle their differences by themselves, without the use of a third-party
negotiation
A communication between two processes in which they agree upon how they will communicate In a TNS connection, a negotiation occurs between the initiator and the destination, and at every intermediate hop
negotiation
While the common meaning of the term "negotiation" is well known, a Web based system such as INSPIRE needs to give it a specific technical meaning because there are multiple users conducting multiple negotiations on possibly the same or different sets of issues on the system, via a common set of Web pages which may be visited in a different order each time To keep things organized, each "negotiation" is uniquely identified by a negotiation name, and defined as the complete sequence of interactions between INSPIRE and a particular pair of users (beginning with preference elicitation, continuing through offer exchange, reaching agreement, and ending with post-settlement analysis), on a particular set of issues Thus, the same pair of users may conduct more than one negotiation on the same set of issues, but for each instance the negotiation name will be different
negotiation
A voluntary relationship between two or more parties that educates each another about their needs and interests to try and resolve a perceived or actual conflict Back
negotiation
A dispute resolution process through which parties (negotiators) work together at developing a voluntary settlement of their differences The terms "negotiation," "collaboration," "consensus building," and "collaborative problem-solving" can be used interchangeably
negotiation
The act of discussing an issue between two or more parties with competing interests with an aim of coming to an agreement
negotiation
Discussion, written or otherwise, between two or more parties on different sides, the aim being to reach a common agreement
negotiation
a dialogue between two or more people in order to arrive at an agreement that meets the needs of those involved without sacrificing anyone's priorities
negotiation
The transaction of business between nations; the mutual intercourse of governments by diplomatic agents, in making treaties, composing difference, etc
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Discussion, written or otherwise, between two or more parties no different sides, the aim being to reach a common agreement Non confirming use : The use of a property which does not conform to the allocation of the area for planning purposes Such a property may have been built in conformity with the planning requirement at the time and a policy change ensued; more usually, the property was constructed before planning control was introduced Net present value method (NPV) : A method used in discounted cash flow analysis to find the sum of money representing the difference between the present value of all inflows and outflows of cash associated with the project by discounting each at a target yield
negotiation
discussion and give and take leading to an agreement In respect to Letters of credit is means "buying" of a bill of exchange drawn on another party In situations where letters of credit are settled by negotiation, a negotiating bank may be nominated to check the documents, pay the seller and seek reimbursement from the Issuing bank Alternatively the credit may be freely negotiable at any bank
negotiation
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"
negotiation
{i} debate between two parties for the purpose of reaching an agreement; haggling, bargaining; act of passing an obstacle; method for connecting two computers or arranging data transfer between them (Computers)
negotiation
the activity or business of negotiating an agreement; coming to terms 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
negotiation
The buyer and seller reach a mutually satisfactory agreement
negotiation
the activity or business of negotiating an agreement; coming to terms
negotiation
An exploratory and a bargaining process (planning, reviewing, analyzing, compromising) involving a buyer and seller, each with their own viewpoints and objectives, seeking to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement on all phases of a procurement transaction - including price, service, specifications, technical and quality requirements, freight and payment terms
negotiation
Discussion, written or otherwise, between two or more parties no different sides, the aim being to reach a common agreement Non-confirming use: The use of a property, which does not conform to the allocation of the area for planning purposes Such a property may have been built in conformity with the planning requirement at the time and a policy change ensued; more usually, the property was constructed before planning control was introduced Net present value method (NPV): A method used in discounted cash flow analysis to find the sum of money representing the difference between the present value of all inflows and outflows of cash associated with the project by discounting each at a target yield
negotiation
Hence, mercantile business; trading
negotiation
The act or process of negotiating; a treating with another respecting sale or purchase
negotiation
A process for getting two or more people to reach agreement based on satisfying a mutual goal; typically, when you negotiate, you are a participant in the process representing your own position
negotiation
Contracting through the use of either competitive or other-than-competitive proposals and discussions Any contract awarded without using sealed bidding procedures is a negotiated contract
negotiation
as, the negotiations at Ghent
negotiation
Mutual discussion or communication of terms and methods in an exchange situation p 334
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The process of formal bargaining between parties
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Negotiations are formal discussions between people who have different aims or intentions, especially in business or politics, during which they try to reach an agreement. We have had meaningful negotiations and I believe we are very close to a deal After 10 years of negotiation, the Senate ratified the strategic arms reduction treaty. official discussions between the representatives of opposing groups who are trying to reach an agreement, especially in business or politics negotiation with
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Just as diplomats negotiate terms of a settlement or treaty, so computers running Internet Protocols negotiate with other computers running IP These negotiations allow the computers to make sure they are communicating at the same speed, with the same processes, and that the information they exchange will be packaged in ways that each can properly direct the data to the intended destination This process is also called handshaking, particularly when speaking of modems connecting to one another
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the use of direct argument and compromise by the parties to a dispute to arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement
negotiation
The bargaining process between a buyer and a seller
negotiation
A process of communication by which parties attempt to resolve a dispute between them
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 bindi
negotiation
(From Latin negotiari: "to carry on business ") (1) The process of reaching an agreement by conferring or discussing (2) The transfer of rights in a negotiable instrument by endorsement and delivery or merely by delivery
negotiation
(Syndication Server User's and Administrator's Guide; search in this book)
negotiator
one who negotiates
negotiator
One who negotiates; a person who treats with others, either as principal or agent, in respect to purchase and sale, or public compacts
negotiator
{i} one who participates in a bargaining session, one who negotiates
negotiator
someone who negotiates (confers with others in order to reach a settlement)
negotiator
Negotiators are people who take part in political or financial negotiations. the rebels' chief negotiator at the peace talks The two American negotiators are calling for substantial cuts in external subsidies. someone who takes part in official discussions, especially in business or politics, in order to try and reach an agreement
negotiator
a diplomat, a moderator
negotiators
plural of negotiator
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