1 sth sold at a lower price
ADJ. absolute, amazing, good, real
VERB + BARGAIN find, get, pick up I picked up a really good bargain in the market.
BARGAIN + NOUN buy, price | hunter, hunting | holiday | basement
ADJ. excellent, good
VERB + BARGAIN make, strike
PREP. into the ~ (= as well) He's very strong and completely fearless into the bargain. | ~ between A bargain was struck between the employers and the unions. | ~ with I'll make a bargain with you.
PHRASES drive a hard bargain (= force sb to agree to the arrangement that is best for you), keep (to) your half/part/side of the bargain You haven't kept your side of the bargain. | sb's side/part/half of the bargain Her part of the bargain was to look after the car.
ADV. hard He bargained hard and was stubborn. | collectively the right of workers to bargain collectively
PREP. about He was prepared to bargain about money. | for to bargain for a decent wage | over crowds of men bargaining over horses | with He tried to bargain with her.