Easy or possible to negotiate or be negotiated: negotiable demands; a negotiable road. (adjective)
Transferable from one person to another by delivery or by delivery and endorsement: negotiable securities. (adjective)
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Use "negotiable" in a sentence
"Institute, hold forty-six billions of capital invested in negotiable securities alone."
"The point is that what I'm trying to illustrate here is the difference (and conflict) between aesthetic forms founded in negotiable conventions (e.g. the poem) and aesthetic forms founded in non-negotiable requirements (e.g. the sonnet)."
"What we call a Stock Exchange has been defined as "an organized market for dealings in negotiable securities issued by, and for the financing of governments, municipalities, public bodies, and business corporations, formed under the law of the countries in which they are incorporated"."