to beat down the price

to beat down the price
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  • beat down — {v.} 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. * /All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks./ 2. {informal} a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. * /Can we beat down the price?/ b. To persuade or force (someone)… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • beat down — {v.} 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. * /All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks./ 2. {informal} a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. * /Can we beat down the price?/ b. To persuade or force (someone)… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • beat\ down — v 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks. 2. informal a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. Can we beat down the price? b. To persuade or force (someone) to accept a… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • beat down — verb 1. persuade the seller to accept a lower price She beat the merchant down $100 • Syn: ↑bargain down • Hypernyms: ↑haggle, ↑higgle, ↑chaffer, ↑huckster • Verb …   Useful english dictionary

  • beat down — 1) PHRASAL VERB When the sun beats down, it is very hot and bright. 2) PHRASAL VERB When the rain beats down, it rains very hard. [V P] Even in the winter with the rain beating down, it s nice and cosy in there. 3) PHRASAL VERB If you beat down a …   English dictionary

  • beat down — ► beat down force (someone) to reduce the price of something. Main Entry: ↑beat …   English terms dictionary

  • beat down — phrasal verb Word forms beat down : present tense I/you/we/they beat down he/she/it beats down present participle beating down past tense beat down past participle beaten down 1) [intransitive] if the sun beats down, it shines very brightly… …   English dictionary

  • beat down — v. 1) (D; intr.) to beat down on (the sun beat down on us mercilessly) 2) (BE) (D; tr.) ( to persuade to reduce a price ) to beat down to (I beat them down to ten pounds) * * * [ biːt daʊn] (BE) (D: tr.) ( to persuade to reduce a price ) to beat… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • beat something down to something — ˌbeat sb/sth ˈdown (to sth) derived to persuade sb to reduce the price at which they are selling sth • He wanted $8 000 for the car but I beat him down to $6 000. • I beat down the price to $6 000. Main entry: ↑beatderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • beat somebody down — ˌbeat sb/sth ˈdown (to sth) derived to persuade sb to reduce the price at which they are selling sth • He wanted $8 000 for the car but I beat him down to $6 000. • I beat down the price to $6 000. Main entry: ↑beatderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • beat somebody down to something — ˌbeat sb/sth ˈdown (to sth) derived to persuade sb to reduce the price at which they are selling sth • He wanted $8 000 for the car but I beat him down to $6 000. • I beat down the price to $6 000. Main entry: ↑beatderived …   Useful english dictionary


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