bargaining counter

noun

Definition of bargaining counter

British

  1. :  something that can be used to gain an advantage when trying to make a deal or an agreement :  bargaining chip

Word by Word Definitions

bargainplay bargaining
  1. :  an agreement between parties settling what each gives or receives in a transaction between them or what course of action or policy each pursues in respect to the other

    :  something acquired by or as if by negotiating over the terms of a purchase, agreement, or contract

    :  an advantageous purchase

  1. :  to negotiate over the terms of a purchase, agreement, or contract :  haggle

    :  to come to terms :  agree

    :  to bring to a desired level by bargaining

counterplay
  1. :  a piece (as of metal or plastic) used in reckoning or in games

    :  something of value in bargaining :  asset

    :  a level surface (as a table, shelf or display case) over which transactions are conducted or food is served or on which goods are displayed or work is conducted

  1. :  one that counts

    :  a device for indicating a number or amount

  1. :  to act in opposition to :  oppose

    :  offset, nullify

    :  to assert in answer

  1. :  in an opposite or wrong direction

    :  to or toward a different or opposite direction, result, or effect

  1. :  contrary, opposite

    :  the after portion of a boat from the waterline to the extreme outward swell or stern overhang

    :  the act of making an attack while parrying one (as in boxing)

  1. :  marked by or tending toward or in an opposite direction or effect

    :  given to or marked by opposition, hostility, or antipathy

    :  situated or lying opposite


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