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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

That can (again) be arranged or brought about through discussion and settlement of terms.

Usage examples (11)
  • Interest rates skyrocketed, and then the Keating fiasco struck (the first bank bailout at the American people's expense) and the banks began the practice of offering flexible...
  • Everything right now in a recession is renegotiable.
  • Small companies are finding that almost everything is renegotiable these days.
  • The modified deal includes the reduction of the commercial rights lease on the reserves from 50 to 25 years, which is renegotiable. for more
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