bargainer bargainer  /ˈbɑr ɡɪ nər/


  1. (n) someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
  2. (n) negotiator of the terms of a transaction



  1. By temperament, Akira is more cautious, a shrewd financial analyst and hard bargainer who sees himself more as custodian of assets than a changer of landscapes.
  2. The Leader, who has great doubts about proceeding, will want a tough bargainer.
  3. To the occupiers, Adenauer has proved a rugged bargainertireless, insistent, all but immovable.


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    on August 2, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "If you're a bargainer, then you'll know if it's been rejected you'll have to go back and try to get a better deal in those areas," Hargrove said.
    on Oct 21, 2007 By: Buzz Hargrove Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "He's a tough bargainer. He's a real strong advocate for some points of view with which I disagree, but I have found him to be a man of his word, and on the emotional and difficult issue of immigration reform, that's a big deal," Kyl said.
    on Jun 25, 2007 By: Jon Kyl Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. Steele writes, "Bargainers make the subliminal promise to whites not to shame them with America's history of racism, on the condition that they will not hold the bargainer's race against him. And whites love this bargain -- and feel affection for...
    on Mar 19, 2008 By: Shelby Steele Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel

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