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negotiable (adj.)

1749, "capable of being negotiated" (of bills, bank notes, etc.), from negotiate + -able, or from French négociable (17c.). Of roads, passages, etc., by 1880. Related: Negotiably; negotiability.

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Definitions of negotiable

negotiable (adj.)
capable of being passed or negotiated;
a negotiable road
negotiable (adj.)
able to be negotiated or arranged by compromise;
negotiable demands
Synonyms: on the table
negotiable (adj.)
legally transferable to the ownership of another;
negotiable bonds
Synonyms: assignable / conveyable / transferable / transferrable
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