a basement area in some stores where goods are sold at prices lower than usual.
noticeably lacking in quality; inferior.
part of a shop where goods are sold at reduced prices
- Bargain counter
a counter or area in a retail store where merchandise is sold at reduced prices. Historical Examples “Ask him if there’s a bargain counter anywhere in the dining-room,” whispered Peaches. You Should Worry Says John Henry George V. Hobart What I learned from Pauline was that most of it came by way of the bargain […]
- Bargaining chip
something, as a concession or inducement, that can be used in negotiating. Contemporary Examples That victory for the tab became a bargaining chip in all future dealings with the superstar. I Warned You About Bill Cosby in 2007 Mark Ebner November 19, 2014 Instead of seeing it as a bargaining chip, perhaps we should treat […]
- Bargaining unit
a group of employees represented by a union in collective bargaining. noun a specific group of employees who are covered by the same collective agreement or set of agreements and represented by the same bargaining agent or agents
- Bar gemel
a charge consisting of two barrulets separated by an area the width of a barrulet.