Definition of renegotiation in English:

renegotiation

noun

mass noun
  • Negotiation of something again in order to change the original agreed terms.

    ‘they demanded renegotiation of the treaty’
    count noun ‘debt renegotiations’
    • ‘Another option is always for the buyer to come up with a larger down payment, or renegotiation of the loan terms.’
    • ‘Renegotiation of contracts is going to be an expensive business in future, it would seem.’
    • ‘His prime objective was the renegotiation of the Japan-US Security Treaty.’
    • ‘The union achieved its first renegotiation of pay and conditions since 1946.’
    • ‘The sponsorship of the hurling championship is up for renegotiation next year.’
    • ‘The state administration finally requested contract renegotiations in November.’
    • ‘Weak trading has apparently triggered a clause in the sale agreement enabling a renegotiation of the price.’
    • ‘The company would not disclose the reasons for the renegotiation of the deal.’
    • ‘During contract renegotiations in 1940, he led a picket line of guild members outside a New York theater.’
    • ‘In the long term, he suggested a renegotiation of the Good Friday Agreement.’

Pronunciation

renegotiation

/riːnɪɡəʊʃɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/