- bargaining counter UK [ˈbɑː(r)ɡənɪŋ ˌkaʊntə(r)] US [ˈbɑrɡənɪŋ ˌkaʊntər] noun [countable] [singular bargaining counter plural bargaining counters] britisha bargaining chipThesaurus: methods used to persuade someonesynonym
* * *a fact or a thing that a person or a group of people can use to get an advantage for themselves when they are trying to reach an agreement with another group
Ownership of the land gives us a strong bargaining counter.
Should nuclear weapons be used as bargaining chips in arms negotiations?
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bargaining counter — bargaining counters N COUNT A bargaining counter is the same as a bargaining chip. [BRIT] … English dictionary
bargaining counter — UK [ˈbɑː(r)ɡənɪŋ ˌkaʊntə(r)] / US [ˈbɑrɡənɪŋ ˌkaʊntər] noun [countable] Word forms bargaining counter : singular bargaining counter plural bargaining counters British a bargaining chip … English dictionary
bargaining counter — bar|gain|ing count|er [ bargənıŋ ,kauntər ] noun count BRITISH a BARGAINING CHIP … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
bargaining chip — ˈbargaining ˌchip noun [countable] something that can be used to your advantage during bargaining: • Management seemed intent on using potential purchases of new planes as a bargaining chip to win concessions from the pilots. * * * bargaining… … Financial and business terms
bargaining chip — bargaining chips N COUNT In negotiations with other people, a bargaining chip is something that you are prepared to give up in order to obtain what you want. Rubio suggests that oil be used as a bargaining chip in any trade talks. Syn: bargaining … English dictionary
bargaining chip — bargaining .chip especially AmE bargaining .counter BrE n something that one person or group in a business deal or political agreement has, that can be used to gain an advantage in the deal … Dictionary of contemporary English
bargaining chip — noun leverage in the form of an inducement or a concession useful in successful negotiations • Hypernyms: ↑leverage * * * noun, pl ⋯ chips [count] : something that can be used to gain an advantage when you are trying to make a deal or an… … Useful english dictionary
counter — coun‧ter [ˈkaʊntə ǁ ər] noun [countable] 1. COMMERCE the place where you are served in a shop, bank etc: • Please pay at the checkout counter. ˈtrade ˌcounter COMMERCE a part of a shop, factory, or website where a business can buy goods for less… … Financial and business terms
bargaining — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ hard ▪ There will be some hard bargaining before an agreement is reached. ▪ collective ▪ Unions were insistent on the right to collective bargaining. ▪ institutional … Collocations dictionary
counter — 1. n. 1 a a long flat topped fitment in a shop, bank, etc., across which business is conducted with customers. b a similar structure used for serving food etc. in a cafeteria or bar. 2 a a small disc used for keeping the score etc. esp. in table… … Useful english dictionary