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Parf of speech: Verb, OED Year: 1602, OED Evaluation: N/A

To cavil, wrangle, dispute as to terms; esp. to make difficulties in coming to terms or in settling a bargain; to stickle

Except this bracelet because it was- it was a major undertaking. I- I- I haggled for long time before I got it at the price I felt I could afford (laughs). And so I- I just had it up my sleeve and so- anyway, so I come to the customs and ah, the man says ah, "Did you buy anything?"
To dispute or bargain over the cost of something.
Like you-know? And I ended up ah, I came up w-- we- we haggled back and forth a bit and bartered whatever and ended up I-think he- he knocked off about four-hundred dollars. So it was still eight-hundred dollars for the car by the time I paid the bill and I ended up putting the car for sale.
To dispute or bargain over the cost of something.