give-and-take definition

  • noun:
    • The practice of compromise.
    • The practice of compromise.
    • Lively trade of tips or discussion: "the raucous give-and-take of United States democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • Lively exchange of tips or conversation: "the raucous give-and-take of American democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • The training of compromise.
    • The practice of compromise.
    • The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
    • Vibrant change of some ideas or conversation: "the raucous give-and-take of US democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
    • Lively exchange of ideas or conversation: "the raucous give and take of American democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • A lively change of conversation.
    • The settling of variations through compromise and shared concessions.
    • A lively exchange of conversation.
    • The settling of variations through compromise and shared concessions.
    • The rehearse of giving and accepting equal or reasonable terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; change, at the time of ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • A lively exchange of conversation.
    • A lively exchange of conversation.
    • The practice of giving and taking on equal or reasonable terms; a shared making of concessions or allowances; change, as of a few ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a providing of tit-for-tat.
    • The practice of providing and accepting equal or reasonable terms; a mutual creating of concessions or allowances; change, at the time of tips, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • The training of giving and accepting equal or fair terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; trade, at the time of a few ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some subject
    • light teasing repartee
    • mutual relationship; the activity of reciprocating or trading (especially information)
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some subject
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • mutual communication; the experience of reciprocating or exchanging (especially information)
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • mutual communication; the activity of reciprocating or swapping (especially information)
    • mutual connection; the game of reciprocating or trading (especially information)
    • The rehearse of compromise.
    • Lively change of ideas or discussion: "the raucous give and take of United States democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • The settling of differences through compromise and shared concessions.
    • A lively change of conversation.
    • The practice of providing and dealing with equal or fair terms; a mutual making of concessions or allowances; trade, since ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • shared relationship; the game of reciprocating or trading (especially information)
    • The practice of compromise.
    • The rehearse of compromise.
    • The rehearse of compromise.
    • The rehearse of compromise.
    • Lively exchange of ideas or conversation: "the raucous give and take of American democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • The rehearse of compromise.
    • Vibrant exchange of ideas or conversation: "the raucous give-and-take of United States democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • Lively exchange of tips or conversation: "the raucous give and take of US democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • vibrant exchange of tips or discussion: "the raucous give-and-take of US democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • Vibrant exchange of a few ideas or discussion: "the raucous give-and-take of United States democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • The settling of distinctions through compromise and shared concessions.
    • The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
    • The settling of variations through compromise and shared concessions.
    • The settling of variations through compromise and mutual concessions.
    • A lively trade of conversation.
    • A lively trade of conversation.
    • A lively exchange of conversation.
    • A lively change of conversation.
    • The practice of giving and dealing with equal or fair terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; trade, by some ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • The practice of giving and accepting equal or fair terms; a mutual making of concessions or allowances; change, at the time of ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • The practice of giving and dealing with equal or reasonable terms; a mutual making of concessions or allowances; exchange, by ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • The practice of providing and dealing with equal or fair terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; exchange, at the time of ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • light teasing repartee
    • light teasing repartee
    • light teasing repartee
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some subject
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • an exchange of views on some subject
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • mutual interacting with each other; the game of reciprocating or trading (especially information)
    • mutual interaction; the activity of reciprocating or swapping (especially information)
    • mutual discussion; the experience of reciprocating or exchanging (especially information)
    • shared relationship; the activity of reciprocating or swapping (especially information)
    • The training of compromise.
    • The settling of differences through compromise and shared concessions.
    • Lively exchange of some ideas or discussion: "the raucous give-and-take of United States democracy” ( Charles Kuralt).
    • A lively change of conversation.
    • The settling of distinctions through compromise and mutual concessions.
    • The rehearse of giving and accepting equal or reasonable terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; change, as of some ideas, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • A lively exchange of discussion.
    • The rehearse of giving and accepting equal or fair terms; a mutual generating of concessions or allowances; trade, by tips, civilities, repartee, jests, banter, etc.; a giving of tit-for-tat.
    • light teasing repartee
    • an exchange of views on some subject
    • light teasing repartee
    • shared relationship; the game of reciprocating or swapping (especially information)
    • an exchange of views on some topic
    • shared communication; the activity of reciprocating or trading (especially information)
  • others:
    • Characterized by a spirit of offering and accepting reasonable terms, like in night up pros and cons; marked by mutual concession: as, a give-and-take policy.
    • described as a spirit of providing and dealing with reasonable terms, like in evening up benefits and drawbacks; marked by mutual concession: since, a give-and-take plan.
    • described as a spirit of providing and accepting fair terms, like in evening up pros and cons; marked by mutual concession: as, a give-and-take plan.
    • described as a spirit of offering and accepting fair terms, like in evening up pros and cons; marked by mutual concession: as, a give-and-take plan.
    • described as a spirit of providing and dealing with fair terms, as in evening up advantages and disadvantages; marked by mutual concession: because, a give-and-take policy.
    • Characterized by a spirit of offering and dealing with fair terms, such as evening up pros and cons; marked by shared concession: as, a give-and-take plan.
    • Characterized by a spirit of giving and taking on fair terms, as in evening up advantages and disadvantages; marked by mutual concession: as, a give-and-take policy.
    • described as a spirit of giving and dealing with fair terms, as with evening up advantages and disadvantages; marked by mutual concession: since, a give-and-take policy.
    • described as a spirit of providing and accepting fair terms, like in evening up advantages and disadvantages; marked by mutual concession: since, a give-and-take plan.
    • described as a spirit of providing and taking on reasonable terms, like in evening up benefits and drawbacks; marked by mutual concession: as, a give-and-take policy.
    • Characterized by a spirit of providing and accepting fair terms, like in evening up benefits and drawbacks; marked by mutual concession: because, a give-and-take plan.

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