kept one's side of the bargain/deal

Definition of kept one's side of the bargain/deal

  1. :  to do what one agreed to do

Word by Word Definitions

kept
  1. : past tense and past participle ofkeep

sideplay
  1. :  the right or left part of the wall or trunk of the body

    :  one of the halves of the animal body on either side of the median plane

    :  one longitudinal half of a hide

  1. :  situated on the side

    :  of or relating to the side

    :  directed toward or from the side

  1. :  to agree with :  support

    :  to be side by side with

    :  to set or put aside :  clear away

  1. :  swaggering or arrogant manner :  pretentiousness

bargainplay
  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

dealplay
  1. :  part, portion

    :  a usually large or indefinite quantity or degree

    :  the act or right of distributing cards to players

  1. :  to give as one's portion :  apportion

    :  to distribute (playing cards) to players

    :  administer, deliver

  1. :  an act of dealing (see 2deal 3) :  transaction

    :  bargain

    :  contract

  1. :  a board of fir or pine

    :  pine or fir wood


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