bargain collocations and examples

 UK /ˈbɑː(r)ɡɪn/

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1

something costing much less than normal


Adjectives frequently used with bargain
absolute, amazing, fantastic, genuine, good, great, real, terrificYou’ll find some amazing bargains here, with up to 50% off some items.
Verbs frequently used with bargain
find or buy a bargain: bag, buy, find, get, grab, pick up, snap up, spotHave a look at our sale prices online, and grab a bargain!like getting bargains: can’t resist, like, loveIf you cant resist a bargain, this website is for you.

Usage note

Bargain is almost always in the singular in this use.

look for a bargain: hunt for, look for, search for, shop forNearby is the central marketplace, where you can hunt for bargains.

Nouns frequently used after bargain
thing that you buy: accommodation, break, buy, flight, holiday, ticketThe Travel Shop: get late deals on cheap flights and bargain holidays.amount that you pay: airfare, deal, fare, priceWe have lots of bargain deals available at the moment: click here for details.where bargains are displayed: basement, bin, bookshop, bookstore, bucketA lot of copies of the book soon ended up in the bargain bins.
2

an agreement between two people or organizations


Verbs frequently used with bargain
conclude, drive, make, strikeThe union will be driving a hard bargain to ensure that their demands are met.

Usage note

When people strike or drive a hard bargain, they argue their case strongly.

 
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