to strike a deal


to strike a deal
Comm. [U] conclure une affaire/un marché

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  • strike a deal — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal with sb — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal with sb/sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal with sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal/agreement — (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the details of an agreement… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal/agreement with sb/sth — strike a deal/agreement (with sb/sth) ► [T] to agree to do business with another person or company: »Takeover money has been deposited in a bank account, in expectation of striking a deal before tomorrow. »The media group yesterday released the… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike a deal — strike a ˈbargain/ˈdeal idiom to make an agreement with sb in which both sides have an advantage Main entry: ↑strikeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • strike a deal — sign a business deal, make a business agreement …   English contemporary dictionary

  • strike a deal (or bargain) — Meaning To agree terms on a transaction. Origin Irish horse traders agree on deals by slapping hands …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • strike a bargain — {v. phr.} To arrive at a price satisfactory to both the buyer and the seller. * /After a great deal of haggling, they managed to strike a bargain./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • strike a bargain — {v. phr.} To arrive at a price satisfactory to both the buyer and the seller. * /After a great deal of haggling, they managed to strike a bargain./ …   Dictionary of American idioms