Simple past tense and past participle of bargain.(verb)
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Use "bargained" in a sentence
"In theory, again, if you're the person, what would be the incentive to ... one, it would have to be collectively bargained, which is a significant issue, and two, what would be the incentive for the player to undergo that?"
"U.S. Attorney Ed Kubo said in a news release that Syling admitted that terms of the three contracts prepared by her and her business, Healthcare Financial & Compliance Management, were not requested, nor were the terms bargained for by any authorized representative of Queen's."
"But during that same ride it dawned on me that what Halle and I discovered together was ultimately much more than either of us had "bargained" for."