The vessel was twenty years old. It was a great bargain. The bomb would not go off after all. Mr Fogg had taken away the wick.
He didn’t need it, but it was a bargain.
You didn’t pay much for it; you got a bargain.
"There goes the devil's bargain!" she hiccoughed, in a hoarse voice.
"That is not part of our bargain," said the youth; "the bench is mine."
"You just come with me!" said the cock. "I would rather go home on foot than let myself be harnessed to that; no, that is not our bargain.
I went to look after a piece of old brocade in Wardour Street and had to bargain for hours for it.
The boy was very sad to think that his trip to Lapland would not come off, and, in the bargain, he was afraid of the chilly night quarters.
There was the bargaining with the cabman.
For this reason he agreed at once to the bargain, and held the snare still, so the elf could crawl out of it.
the negotiation of the terms of a transaction or agreement: negotiation, dialogue, wrangling, haggle, wrangle, plea bargain, plea bargaining, talks, holdout, haggling