Meaning of NEGOTIABLE in English

NEGOTIABLE

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

instrument

Illustrations are the many uses to which the negotiable instrument has been put.

In theory, issues of definitive debt instruments in the Euromarkets are negotiable instruments.

The consignment note is not a negotiable instrument , nor is it a document of title.

Provided that this section shall not affect any general rule of law relating to the execution of deeds or negotiable instruments .

Payment could be made without the transfer of currency, and negotiable instruments acted as a means of credit.

Title to the shares specified then passes by manual delivery of the warrant, which is a negotiable instrument .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Bank charges for loans are often negotiable .

The contract is for a period of six months, and is not negotiable .

The offer is negotiable , so feel free to suggest changes.

We are looking for an experienced journalist to join the news team. The salary is negotiable .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Commissions are now negotiable . 2.

However, the contents of a relocation package are not, in the main, considered to be a negotiable item by most employers.

Illustrations are the many uses to which the negotiable instrument has been put.

In theory, issues of definitive debt instruments in the Euromarkets are negotiable instruments.

The fact is everything is negotiable in business, not simply the price.

The organization that flows from the office of shaikh was more tenuous, more negotiable , but crucial to making peaces.

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