- n. 交易；[贸易] 廉价品；特价品（bargain的复数）
- v. 讨价还价；达成协议（bargain的三单形式）
可数名词的用法：Something that is a bargain is good value, usually because it has been sold at a lower price than normal. 物美价廉的商品例：
At this price the wine is a bargain.
可数名词的用法：A bargain is an agreement, especially a formal business agreement, in which two people or groups agree what each of them will do, pay, or receive. 协议 (尤指正式商业合同)例：
I'll make a bargain with you. I'll play hostess if you'll include Matthew in your guest list.
不及物动词的用法：When people bargain with each other, they discuss what each of them will do, pay, or receive. 谈判; 讨价还价例：
They prefer to bargain with individual clients, for cash.
bargaining 不可数名词的用法：谈判; 讨价还价例：
The government has called for sensible pay bargaining.
习语的用法：You use into the bargain or in the bargain when mentioning an additional quantity, feature, fact, or action, to emphasize the fact that it is also involved. 而且还例：
This machine is designed to save you effort, and keep your work surfaces tidy into the bargain.
into the bargain 再者
bargain on 成交；商定；指望
in the bargain 此外；外加
no bargain [美国口语]不易对付的人
bargain hunting 逢低买进；趁低吸纳；买便宜货
bargain over the price 讲价；讨价还价
bargain basement n. 廉价部
bargain away 廉价脱手；议价出售
bargain hunter 四处觅购便宜货的人；杀价购买股票的投机商
hard bargain 艰苦的谈判；吃亏的买卖
- n. 交易；廉价品；特价品（bargain的复数）
When she had bought a pair they were always "bargains,"
And also, if you want to live cheaply, and buy bargains, you can do that, too.
so you can find a lot of great bargains there.
That has left Krensavage with what he sees as an industry full of bargains.
Foreign investing always carries a bit more risk, but the best bargains--and opportunities--might lie overseas.
Higher prices and higher quality often go hand in hand, but real bargains are possible.