bargainer

bargain NOUN 1) an agreement made between people as to what each will do for the other. 2) a thing bought or offered for sale for a low price.
VERB 1) negotiate the terms of an agreement. 2) (bargain for/on) expect.
drive a hard bargain — Cf. ↑drive a hard bargain
into the bargain — Cf. ↑into the bargain
DERIVATIVES bargainer noun.
ORIGIN Old French bargaine.

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