Definition of renegotiable in English:

renegotiable

adjective

  • See renegotiate

    • ‘The murkiness and partial rationality of shifting, renegotiable settlements are the vices of politics that legalist liberals seek to preclude.’
    • ‘In an attempt to strong-arm the electorate, Chirac made it clear that in the event of a ‘no’ vote, the constitution would not be renegotiable.’
    • ‘Recently, both Peter Hawker, chairman of the Consultants and Specialists Committee, and John Hutton, health minister, have said that the contract is not renegotiable if the vote is negative.’

Pronunciation

renegotiable

/-ˈɡōSH(ē)əbəl/