contrattare

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin contractum (compare French contracter), past participle of contrahō (I draw, bring or drag several objects together; collect, assemble, gather, amass; I bring about, accomplish, execute, get, cause, produce, make; I make a contract, conclude, transact, do business, contract), from con- (with, together) + trahō (to draw, to pull).

Verb[edit]

contrattare

  1. (transitive) to negotiate
  2. (transitive) to bargain, haggle

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