English to Haitian Meaning :: negotiate

Negotiate :
- negosyenegosyenégosiénegosye

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Verb(1) discuss the terms of an arrangement(2) succeed in passing through, around, or over

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(1) In some cases there is barely room for a pedestrian never mind a pram or wheelchair etc, and it is far too dangerous to go on to the road itself to negotiate these obstacles.(2) I've found lately that much of the work I might do for myself is about trying to bring influences into my life, or negotiate whatever hurdles or obstacles there may be, so I can best live and act according to my nature.(3) She would also need to negotiate a safe route to the field.(4) The court rules encourage both sides to negotiate and reach agreement wherever possible.(5) Willingness to negotiate and compromise, when appropriate, helps regain control of an explosive situation.(6) So my challenge, should anyone care to accept it, is to negotiate a route, any route, from my home near Whitehill Road, Gravesend, into Gravesend town centre, do some basic shopping then home.(7) For a while the police tried to negotiate a way to bring the 65 year-old cleric out of jail and off to a new cell without confrontation.(8) Would you want to be a pedestrian or cyclist using such a street while some of the drivers around here try to negotiate an obstacle course?(9) At the acknowledged point, they all appear and attempt to negotiate the obstacle course of foot pedals and instruments.(10) The terror was constant, especially when it became clear that all attempts to negotiate a settlement had failed.(11) Finally, in the trial mode, gamers can take a dirt bike and try to negotiate an obstacle course.(12) they refused to negotiate with the rebels(13) Extra engineering work was needed to break through the concrete and negotiate the obstacle, resulting in a slight delay to the five-month project.(14) A team of 19 rescuers helped paramedics negotiate obstacles including a link chain fence and an 8ft vertical drop to carry the teenager to safety.(15) Rather, they were able to negotiate a settlement with the English which brought their conflict to an end.(16) The universal bus pass is an on-going initiative from the Region of Waterloo's transit division, Grand River Transit, to negotiate a bus pass deal with students.
Related Words
(1) negotiate with ::
negosye ak
1. discuss terms ::
diskite sou tèm
2. arrange ::
3. get around ::
jwenn alantou
Different Forms
negotiate, negotiated, negotiates, negotiating
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Because I need you
to negotiate with Renly Baratheon.

Because I need you to NEGOTIATE with Renly Baratheon.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1

Aye, gone to the Crag, but not to negotiate.

Aye, gone to the Crag, but not to NEGOTIATE.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

A general you can\'t negotiate with,

A general you can't NEGOTIATE with,

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7

We could, you know, negotiate.

We could, you know, NEGOTIATE.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5

You\'re riding to the Crag
to negotiate a surrender?

You're riding to the Crag to NEGOTIATE a surrender?

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

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