- To bargain, as throughout the cost of anything; dicker: "He preferred become overcharged rather than haggle” ( W. Somerset Maugham).
- To argue so that they can come to terms.
- to-be difficult in bargaining; to stay at small issues; to chaffer; to higgle.
- To reduce (some thing) in a crude, unskillful way; hack.
- Archaic To harass or be concerned by wrangling.
- To cut roughly or hack; to cut into small pieces; to notch or cut in an unskillful manner; in order to make harsh or mangle by cutting.
- an example of negotiating or arguing.
- The work or means of haggling.
- A haggling or chaffering.
- an example of intense debate (as with bargaining)
- To argue for an improved deal, especially over prices with a seller.
- To hack (cut crudely)
- wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.)
- To hack approximately; cut or cut in an unskilful way; mangle in cutting.
- To tease; stress.
- To deal in a petty and tedious fashion; higgle; stick at little issues; cavil.
- To hail.
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