negotiable

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negotiate +‎ -able

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negotiable (comparative more negotiable, superlative most negotiable)

  1. (of an obstacle, route etc) Able to be traversed; navigable.
  2. (law, finance) Able to be transferred to another person, with or without endorsement, in exchange for money.
  3. Open to negotiation or bargaining.
    Salary is negotiable, according to education and experience.

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Noun[edit]

negotiable (plural negotiables)

  1. Something that is open to negotiation.
    • 2007 August 26, Joyce Cohen, “No Longer Boxed In”, in New York Times[1]:
      “It is only once you start looking at houses that you realize what you do and don’t like, and what your negotiables and nonnegotiables are,” Ms. Wexler said.