Question: What Is The Opposite Of Negotiation?

What is a word for wanting something you can’t have?

unrequitedOriginally Answered: What is the word for wanting something you can’t have.

I like the word ‘unrequited’.

It means something (usually something emotional) that you cannot have or cannot force someone to give to you.

Often used in the phrase ‘unrequited love’..

What is the opposite of negotiable?

Antonyms for negotiable. impassable. (also impassible), unnegotiable, unpassable.

What is the opposite of smoothly?

Opposite of easily, without much difficulty. arduously. hardly. laboriously. strenuously.

What is another word for running smoothly?

What is another word for running smoothly?functioning welloperating smoothlyrunning wellworking soundlyworking wellin fine shapein great shapeticking over

What is the opposite word of smile?

The antonym of ‘smile’ is ‘frown’ or ‘glower’.

What is another word for smoothly?

Similar words for smoothly: calmly (adverb) lightly (adverb) swimmingly (adverb) well (adverb)

What can I say instead of I want?

Different ways to say “I want” in EnglishI feel like a pizza.I am in the mood for chocolate.I am craving a doughnut.I’m dying for a cup of coffee.I would like some water, please.Hit the spot.

What word can I use instead of want?

Synonyms forneed.wish.hankering.hunger.longing.requirement.thirst.yen.

What is an antonym for negotiate?

negotiate. Antonyms: mismanage, misconduct, quash, stop. Synonyms: transact, effect, pass, perform.

What is the opposite of wants?

reject seems like the closest opposite but it depends on the context. There is no exact opposite of “want”. I think it covers most of the senses of “not wanting”.

What is another word for negotiating?

In this page you can discover 52 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for negotiate, like: higgle, transact, bury-the-hatchet, confer, allocate, arbitrate, arrange, bargain, consult, parley and mediate.

Why do we negotiate?

Good negotiations contribute significantly to business success, as they: help you build better relationships. deliver lasting, quality solutions — rather than poor short-term solutions that do not satisfy the needs of either party. help you avoid future problems and conflicts.