give and take
- Give and takeWhere there is give and take, people make concessions in order to get things they want in negotiations.
The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.
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Give and Take — is a Bible magazine aimed at 7 11 year old Sunday School children. It is published bimonthly by The Christadelphian Sunday School Union. The magazine contains bible stories, lessons, puzzles and competitions. In mid 2008 Give and Take changed its … Wikipedia
give-and-take — n [U] a willingness between two people or groups to understand each other, and to let each other have or do some of the things they want ▪ In any relationship there has to be some give and take … Dictionary of contemporary English
Give and take — may refer to: *Unification Thought the philosophical system of the Unification Church. *Give and Take a Christadelphian Sunday School Union (CSSU) magazine for children … Wikipedia
give and take — a situation in which two people or groups allow each other to have or do some of the things that they want. Partners need to give and take, to make allowances, to find compromises … New idioms dictionary
give and take — ► give and take mutual concessions and compromises. Main Entry: ↑give … English terms dictionary
give-and-take — [giv′ən tāk′] n. 1. a yielding and conceding on both sides; compromise 2. an exchange of remarks or retorts on equal terms; repartee; banter … English World dictionary
give and take — index barter, interchange, quid pro quo, reciprocal, reciprocate, reciprocity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
give-and-take — give′ and take′ n. 1) the practice of dealing by compromise; cooperation 2) good natured exchange of talk, ideas, etc • Etymology: 1760–70 … From formal English to slang
give-and-take — [n] compromise adaptability, cooperation, exchange, reciprocity, swap, trade off; concepts 230,684 … New thesaurus
give-and-take — noun 1. light teasing repartee • Syn: ↑banter, ↑raillery, ↑backchat • Derivationally related forms: ↑banter (for: ↑banter) • Hypernyms: ↑ … Useful english dictionary