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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To adjust a defense contract price in order to eliminate or recover excessive profits.

Usage examples (37)
  • If renegotiation is refused, then the Union bosses must be told that everything is up for grabs.
  • This renegotiation occurs when each party, always, has the option of ending, altering, or decelerating the action, at any time.
  • Firstly, it is now well known that the so-called renegotiation carried out by the Wilson government in preparation for the 1975 referendum was a sham.
  • The very term "renegotiation", however, is a debased currency – for two reasons. for more
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