"to cut a deal"
to negotiate an arrangement or compromise;
to arrange a deal
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Two colleagues are talking ...
Colleague 1: How are the merger negotiations going?
Colleague 2: After two weeks of hard bargaining, both sides are ready to cut a deal.
Colleague 1: When does the paperwork get signed?
Colleague 2: We just need approval from both boards and the deal will be done.
A state prosecutor and a lawyer are talking ...
Lawyer: What is the offer? Is the State willing to cut a deal?
Prosecutor: The State is willing to drop all charges if your client will inform on his boss.
Lawyer: Let me take it to my client and see if he agrees.
Prosecutor: You have twenty-four hours to accept. Otherwise the deal will no longer be available.
Cutting a deal with his boss, he worked an extra hour each day in order to get an extra day off.
1) After months of haggling, Eisner cut a deal, giving Disney the right to additional films and Pixar a 50 percent ...
2) ... on upbeat investor sentiment after producer club OPEC and Russia cut a deal to reduce output.
3) Triggering talks will set Britain a two-year deadline to cut a deal it hopes can protect its trade with the bloc while ending free immigration.
4) He doesn't want to antagonise the presidency and would rather cut a deal than stand in the way of the ruling party who are desperate to ...
5) To make the job cuts, the company has cut a deal with its powerful worker representatives. Under the terms of the deal, ...
6) He is non ideological and willing to cut a deal with anybody.
7) We cut a deal with a previous minister. If you honour what was previously agreed, ...
8) ... after breaking ranks from the other banks to cut a deal with Apple that allow its customers to use the Apple Pay digital wallet ...
9) ... killed because officials feared that he was about to cut a deal with federal authorities investigating his land dealings in California.
10) ... accused of paying bribes to a federal agent to help his clients avoid deportation has cut a deal with the federal government and is scheduled to plead guilty next month, ...
11) In such cases, defendants typically agree to cut a deal early on and avoid being indicted by a federal grand jury.
12) ... attorneys argued that the state cut a deal with Hearn where he was promised minimal incarceration time in exchange for his ...
13) He confessed and later cut a deal to reduce his jail time by giving evidence against Curtis.
14) ... calculated the guerrillas had been weakened to the point they would finally be ready to cut a deal and pursue their goals through politics.
15) ... missile and nuclear tests are merely leverage to make America play ball and cut a deal that scales back sanctions.
16) We learned that anyone could make money cutting a deal or clipping the ticket on an investment banking transaction.
17) Didi now reigns supreme after absorbing a local rival before cutting a deal to take over Uber China.
18) The minute he began to describe cutting a deal with the agent for a slice of the fee, ...
19) ... meaning cutting a deal with Turkey became the only option.
20) If I was a second tier ISP, I'd be looking at cutting a deal with one of the spectrum licence holders right now.