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The meaning of "Negotiation" in various phrases and sentences

Q: I need to drag out the negotiation as much as possible. ne anlama geliyor?
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Q: what's mean in negotiation "red teaming" ne anlama geliyor?
A: In most businesses, when writing a proposal for some work for a client, a "red team" is formed of people not writing the proposal, who review and make recommendations on the proposal contents.
Q: negotiation ne anlama geliyor?
A: To obtain or bring about by discussion.
"he negotiated a new contract with the sellers"

Example sentences using "Negotiation"

Q: negotiation ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: 1. The negotiations between Britain and the EU have ground to a halt.

2. Unfortunately, negotiations over the merger have reached an impasse.

3. So far, the negotiations are going well.
Q: negotiation (in German: Verhandlung) ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: “We negotiated the plan” (past)
“He is negotiating with the president” (present)
“I will negotiate against the idea” (future)

(Es ist normalerweise ein „fancy” Version von „argue” oder „discuss”)
Q: negotiations ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: After negotiations between the two governments, an agreement was made.

When I received my job offer, I made a negotiation for a higher salary.

Negotiations are a process through which individuals or groups can resolve disputes, settle business transactions, or construct working agreements.

Synonyms of "Negotiation" and their differences

Q: The negotiation have failed ve The negotiation is failed arasındaki fark nedir?
A: They are both incorrect. “Negotiations have failed” is one correct option.
Q: You've disregarded our negotiations. ve You've neglected our negotiations. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: In this case, disregard is more intense than neglect. They are both negative, but neglecting something can be an accident or a mistake. Disregarding something isn't an accident, it's choosing not to follow something because you don't think it should matter or is worthy of you following through.

Let's say someone was pet sitting my dog and they didn't let my dog outside often enough so she ended up going to the bathroom on the floor...
If I say "you disregarded my instructions" I'm accusing them of not caring, of thinking my instructions were stupid, of thinking that they knew better than me, of choosing to not follow my directions.
If I say "you neglected my instructions" I'm accusing them of being careless, of not paying enough attention, of being irresponsible, etc. It's not as harsh because I'm saying it's possible it was an accident, a BAD accident, but an accident that was maybe unintentional on their part.
Q: negotiation ve parley arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Negotiation is almost like a discussion to reach an agreement and parley is a conference between opposing sides in a dispute.

Eg: We’re currently undergoing negotiation right now.
Eg: a parley is in progress and it looks like the invaders are going to withdraw
Q: to step in after a negotiation fails ve to cut in after a negotiation fails arasındaki fark nedir?
A: same meaning, but "cut in" conveys a sense of urgency. To "step in" is a bit more relaxed sounding, like the negotiation failed, but isn't as important as one where someone had to "cut in"
Q: to drag out the negotiation ve to drag on the negotiation arasındaki fark nedir?
A: There isn’t really a difference in these sentences means the same but again the first sentence the “drag out” part sounds more natural then to drag on

Translations of "Negotiation"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? negotiation
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? negotiations
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? negotiation
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? 進展は見られず("it doesn't look that the negotiation develops"?)
A: There has been no progress...
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? negotiation
A: I don't really understand what you want to know...

Other questions about "Negotiation"

Q: It seems to me that the negotiations in 1964 over the sale of the Japanese animated television series Eighth Man to the American Broadcasting Corporation overlapped with the negotiations between the Qing Dynasty and the British Empire in 1842. Each side was subject to a completely different legal system. Issues of commercial etiquette on the one hand are treated with advanced legal theories on the other. This meant that one side was inevitably at a disadvantage compared to the other. The former finds it difficult to understand the meaning of the terms proposed by the latter, so they try to understand the other side's story by applying their own customary practices, which in turn creates an opportunity for the latter to exploit.

As a result, the Qing Dynasty lost several important ports, including Hong Kong, to the British Empire, which eventually allowed them to interfere in the affairs of state in China. Then, with the collapse of the Qing Dynasty, mainland China entered a long period of turmoil. Likely, Japan's TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) lost the intellectual properties of their animation program called "Eighth Man" to ABC in the U.S.. However, TBS ultimately seemed to fail to recognize the true implications of their mistake on this issue. While this trouble gave TBS the opportunity to learn about the differences in legal theories and contractual practices in comics and animation between Japan and the United States, it did not ultimately lead them to the idea to study the historical context of those differences. Briefly, it was too alien for the Japanese of that era. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × It seems to me that the negotiations in 1964 over the sale of the Japanese animated television series Eighth Man to the American Broadcasting Corporation overlapped with the negotiations between the Qing Dynasty and the British Empire in 1842.
✓ It seems to me that the negotiations in 1964 over the sale of the Japanese animated television series Eighth Man to the American Broadcasting Corporation are analogous to the negotiations between the Qing Dynasty and the British Empire in 1842.

× The former finds it difficult to understand the meaning of the terms proposed by the latter, so they try to understand the other side's story by applying their own customary practices, which in turn creates an opportunity for the latter to exploit.
✓ Each side finds it difficult to understand the meaning of the terms proposed by the other, so they try to understand the other side's story by applying their own customary practices, which in turn creates an opportunity for the other to exploit.

× Likely, Japan's TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) lost the intellectual properties of their animation program called "Eighth Man" to ABC in the U.S..
✓ Likewise, Japan's TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) lost the intellectual properties of their animation program called "Eighth Man" to ABC in the U.S..

This is pretty good. I only changed some words where I thought your word choice didn't accurately express what you were trying to say.

To me "overlapped" sounds like they occurred within the same time period. You could maybe say "overlapped in regards to how the negotiations were conducted," but this seems a bit wordy.
I think it's more concise to just say something like, "... American Broadcasting Corporation are analogous to the Qing... ," or, "... American Broadcasting Corporation paralleled the negotiations between the Qing..."

Your use of "former" and "latter" sounds good, but it doesn't really make sense in this context. Usually we don't use these terms to describe unspecific groups like, "one side or the other". Former and latter are specifically used to refer back to two things that were previously mentioned.
For example, "Spiderman and Superman are both superheroes that can travel long distances through air. The former shoots webs to swing from building to building, while the latter probably uses psychokinesis or alters his gravity in order to fly."

Overall, your writing is really good! Keep it up!
Q: It seems to me that the negotiations in 1964 over the sale of the Japanese animated television series Eighth Man to the American Broadcasting Corporation overlapped with the negotiations between the Qing Dynasty and the British Empire in 1842. Each side was subject to a completely different legal system. Issues of commercial etiquette on the one hand are treated with advanced legal theories on the other. This meant that one side was inevitably at a disadvantage compared to the other. The former find it difficult to understand the meaning of the terms proposed by the latter, so they try to understand the other side's story by applying their own customary practices, which in turn creates an opportunity for the latter to exploit. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I believe the phrase should be “The former finds it difficult…”
Q: Why is used "Of about"?
Why is not used only "about"?

Of about 20 negotiation areas, they reached agreements in eight additional areas, meaning 18 areas were agreed upon in total. They are aiming to conclude negotiations at the summit meeting next month.

This passage is from a newspaper.
A: I do not see the words in your sample. It would help to see how it is used."Of about" and "about" mean the same thing.
Q: The negotiation between the U.S. and North Korea is failing. Although people having a high expectation for the two countries reaching a consensus, both of them have not taken valid concessions concerning denuclearization. The gap appears to be unbridgeable because America insists that it is illegal to develop nuclear weapons, however, the North Korea emphasizes that it has right to use nuclear energy.
China should be alert to the possibility of a conflict breaking between the two,which may become a barrier to China’s development. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Although people have high expectations of the two countries reaching...

(remove "the") emphasizes that it has to use nuclear energy.

a conflict breaking between the two, which may become a barrier to China’s development.
Q:
I had been performing the negotiation with some musician and artists for it.

And finally, I got a great result!

●●●, a very famous musian who had appeared in a TV program for kids for almost 20 years will do a concert in our event at the end of September! Horay!

His guarantee was over our budget so he gave a unbelievable big discount for us. Even though this offer is more of unprofitable for him, he readily agreed to my request. I thank his kindness and a warm heart.

I wonder how children and parents will react to know they can join his concert for free.

I'll do my best to make the event successful. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I had been negotiating with some musicians and artists for the event.

I finally got a great result!

..., a very famous musician who had been appearing on a TV program for kids for almost 20 years will do a concert at our event at the end of September! Hooray!

His fee was over our budget so he gave us an unbelievably big discount. Even though it meant it won't be profitable for him, he readily agreed to my request. I'm grateful for his kindness and warm heart.

I wonder how children and parents will react knowing that they will be able to see his concert for free.

(This concert sounds very interesting, I hope it will go well. Best of luck!)

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