A bargain is defined as something that you buy that costs less than it normally does.(noun)
A purchase made at a sale is an example of a bargain.
The definition of a bargain is an understanding between two people on the cost of goods or services.(noun)
If someone agrees to sell a product at 10 percent off as long as the other person orders at least 12, that is an example of a bargain.
To bargain means to discuss the details in a business transaction regarding selling, buying, or exchanging.(verb)
To barter with another farmer to exchange a certain number of eggs for a certain amount of beef is an example of bargain.
See bargain in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME & OFr bargaine < OFr bargaignier, to haggle < Frank *borganjan, to lend, akin to OE borgian, borrow
See bargain in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old French bargaigne, haggling
Origin: , from bargaignier, to haggle
Origin: , of Germanic origin; see bhergh-1 in Indo-European roots.
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