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Date: 1500-1600
Origin: hag 'to cut' (14-19 centuries)

haggle

verb
     
hag‧gle [intransitive]
to argue when you are trying to agree about the price of something
haggle over
tourists haggling over the price of souvenirs
haggle with
Ted was haggling with the street vendors.
haggling noun [uncountable]

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