(v.) = bargain ; transact ; haggle ; parley. Ex: The Taft-Hartley Act outlawed closed shops, jurisdictional strikes, sympathy strikes, and refusal to bargain. Ex: The model includes provisions for circulation policy analysis and management and for the recording and controlling of activities transacted at the circulation desk. Ex: Nextag.com is a comparison shopping site which lets shoppers haggle in real-time directly with suppliers. Ex: After parleying with the captain for a short time they took their departure, only to return, largely reinforced. ---- * negociar (con) = negotiate (with). * negociar condiciones = negotiate + terms. * negociar el precio de Algo = negotiate + price. * negociar los términos de un contrato = negotiate + terms. * negociar + Posesivo + liberación = negotiate + Posesivo + release. * negociar un acuerdo = negotiate + agreement. (n.) = affair ; business [businesses, -pl.] ; line of business ; trade ; business venture. Ex: And also until Groome appeared, newcomers were a nullity as an active political force, exerting little influence in city affairs. Ex: The treatise arose from Kaiser's work in indexing information relating to business and industry. Ex: The computer people are muscling in on our line of business and we can't stop them. Ex: Non-bibliographic data bases are particularly used for businesses and industry to extract information in the fields of business, economics, trade and commerce. Ex: In considering business ventures libraries should pay attention to the following considerations -- the library's mission, its capability, the financial impact, legal aspects, and professional and ethical issues. ---- * asociación benéfica de hombres de negocios = Lions club. * aumentar el negocio = bring in + business. * crear negocio = bring in + business. * dedicarse a un negocio = enter + a business. * de negocios = transactional. * dirigir un negocio = run + a business. * economía de negocios = managerial economics. * emprender un negocio = take on + business venture. * escuela de negocios = business school. * gente de negocios = business people. * gestionar una negocio = manage + a businesses. * hacer negocio = make + business. * hacer negocios = do + business. * hacer un gran negocio = make + a killing. * hombre de negocios = businessman [businessmen, -pl.] ; entrepreneur. * hombres de negocios = business people. * llevar un negocio = conduct + a business ; run + a business. * magnate de los negocios = business leader ; business magnate. * mundo de los negocios = business world ; business environment. * negocio de la informática, el = computer business, the. * negocio de la madera = lumbering. * negocio de la pornografía, el = adult entertainment business, the. * negocio del ocio, el = entertainment industry, the. * negocio electrónico = online business. * negocio en línea = online business. * negocio familiar = family business. * negocio internacional = international business. * negocio llevado desde casa = home-based business. * negocio lucrativo = lucrative business. * negocio multimillonario = multibillion dollar business. * negocio muy lucrativo = money-maker ; cash cow ; money spinner. * negocio muy rentable = money-maker ; cash cow ; money spinner. * negocios = biz. * negocio sucio = monkey business. * orientado hacia los negocios = business-minded. * pasajero de negocios = business passenger. * promocionar un negocio = drum up + business. * propuesta de negocios = business proposition. * quedarse sin negocio = go out of + business. * relacionado con los negocios = business-related. * reunión de negocios = business meeting. * sagacidad para los negocios = business acumen. * usuario del mundo de los negocios = business user. * viajero de negocios = business traveller ; business passenger. * visión para los negocios = business acumen. * volumen de negocios = turnover ; stock turnover ; turnover of stock. (n.) = business [businesses, -pl.] ; shop ; outfit ; business office. Ex: To a small or mid-sized business, information is critical for effective planning, growth and development. Ex: In strong contrast to, say, television sets and instant coffee, where the consumer may save by shopping around, there is no advantage to be gained by going to one shop rather than another for a book so far as price is concerned. Ex: The author compares the advantages and disadvantages of buying from the larger established companies and smaller outfits. Ex: In most business offices there are two distinct types of employees: those who work in the front office and those who work in the back office. ---- * base de datos de negocios = business database. * cerrar el negocio = fold up + shop ; close up + shop. * cerrar un negocio = go out of + business. * montar + Posesivo + propio negocio = set + Reflexivo + up in business. * negocio de venta de coches usados = used car business. * negocio familiar = family-run business. * obligar a cerrar el negocio = force out of + business ; force + Nombre + out of the marketplace. * pequeño negocio = small business.