Definition of Talk terms
1. Verb. Discuss the terms of an arrangement. "Sam wants to talk terms with Sue "; "They negotiated the sale of the house"
Specialized synonyms: Arbitrate, Intercede, Intermediate, Liaise, Mediate, Renegociate, Renegotiate, Bargain, Dicker, Broker
Generic synonyms: Discuss, Hash Out, Talk Over
Derivative terms: Negotiable, Negotiable, Negotiant, Negotiation, Negotiator
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Literary usage of Talk terms
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1. The Overthrow of the War System by Jane Addams (1915)
"... but they are themselves bound hand and foot by the feeling that if they even talk terms of peace their position in their own country and before the ..."
2. The Borzoi 1920: Being a Sort of Record of Five Years' Publishing by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc (1920)
"Even when I gave him my manuscript to publish, and we began to talk terms, I endeavoured not to peer into his heart. He gave me good terms however. ..."
3. Louisiana: A Record of Expansion by Albert Phelps (1905)
"Nevertheless, in spite of the fact that Spain had herself given the hint that she was willing to talk terms, Pinck- ney's first negotiations were made so ..."
4. Louisiana: A Record of Expansion by Albert Phelps (1905)
"Nevertheless, in spite of the fact that Spain had herself given the hint that she was willing to talk terms, ..."
5. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1903)
"After some further talk, terms were arranged, and next day she began giving Mr. Waller sittings. One or two of his artist-friends saw her in his studio, ..."
6. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1766)
"... who were devoted to th< of the temple of Delphos, had already begun to talk terms of Philip's veneration and zeal for the gods ; his ers ..."