able to negotiateYou should be able to negotiate an agreement of costs in most cases.
attempt to negotiateKeane, rated in the £5m bracket, is out of contract at the end of next season and has already rebuffed Brian Clough's first attempt to negotiate a new deal.
should negotiate‘We should negotiate’, he concluded.
need to negotiateIf the latter, do you need to negotiate special exceptions, for example in respect of your pension position?
negotiate a settlementI wish to negotiate a settlement between yourselves and your attackers.’
position to negotiateIf a buyer has access to a seller's cost structure then he is in a powerful position to negotiate a cheaper price, or at least avoid paying too high a price.
negotiate a contractWe shall work with your lawyer to assist you to negotiate a contract on the best available terms.
authority to negotiatenegotiating team: make sure the other side in any negotiation has complete authority to negotiate and to settle
difficult to negotiateGradually, their surroundings changed, and they emerged into an unfamiliar area of Haling Heart, which while being more lush, was also wilder and difficult to negotiate.
negotiate a discountYou can pull out of the purchase or negotiate a discount to cover the costs.
have to negotiateI'll have to negotiate with Frank don't I?
seek to negotiatewhat I was going to suggest is that we should s seek to negotiate with them a turnover rent.