renegotiate

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v renegotiate revise the terms of in order to limit or regain excess profits gained by the contractor "We renegociated our old mortgage now that the interest rates have come down"
    • v renegotiate negociate anew "The two warring parties will have to renegociate"
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Usage

In literature:

Our orders are to assume a position at twenty-five thousand miles radius pending renegotiation of the Treaty of Porran.
"Generals Help Themselves" by M. C. Pease
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In news:

Companies with large telecommunications and data requirements must get an early start when renegotiating these services.
Republicans want governor to renegotiate labor contracts.
Kptm.com Silent Partner Negotiators Announces Several New Levels of Existing and Renewing Lease Renegotiation Assitance.
Woodland not ready to renegotiate.
Loan modification is a technique used to renegotiate the original terms of a home mortgage.
Annual payouts will skyrocket when the Big Ten renegotiates its television deal.
The World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai, where the ITU met to renegotiate the ITR, ended in failure in the early hours of November 14th.
Canada, US can then give notice to renegotiate landmark flood, power deal.
The deals can be renegotiated at that time.
The terms of that division are now up for renegotiation.
TOKYO — Japan and the United States said Wednesday that they were renegotiating a 2006 agreement in order to expedite the removal of 8,000 Marines from Okinawa.
Consider legalities when terminating, renegotiating farmland leases.
Mitt Romney says the president hasn't signed "a new free trade pact," though Obama did sign deals in 2011 that his officials renegotiated.
According to Fresquez Productions, Lamare was attempting to renegotiate her signed contract and then cited a shoulder injury as her reason for pulling out of the fight.
Chesapeake to renegotiate New York leases .
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In science:

Much of the challenge in designing information flow policies and infrastructure to support a DC lies in coping with the changing membership with the need to potentially renegotiate access and reallocate tasks from the workflow .
Common Representation of Information Flows for Dynamic Coalitions
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