- v.谈判，协商，议定( negotiate的过去式和过去分词 ); 兑现（支票等）; 通过，越过（险要路段）;
The South African president has negotiated an end to white-minority rule.
A negotiated settlement might yet be possible.
By careful strategy she negotiated a substantial pay rise.
The car negotiated the sharp curve by slowing down.
He safely negotiated the slippery stepping - stones.
We finally negotiated them into making concessions.
My horse negotiated the fence well.
I negotiated my way out of the airport and joined the flow of cars.
To recap briefly, an agreement negotiated to cut the budget deficit was rejected 10 days ago.
I negotiated the corner on my motorbike and pulled to a stop.
Secretary of State John Hay had negotiated a series of arbitration treaties.
The trade union negotiated a new contract with the owner.
They negotiated a peace treaty.
They have negotiated a sale.
They have negotiated a sale / a loan / peace.