(verb) A combination of the words 'bargain' and 'argue'.
My son has no reason to bargue about doing his homework when he is getting a C in math.
Por veryclevergirl 19 de abril de 2011
To aggressively and persistently bargain.
"Can I get a really good deal at the Yi De Road wholesale market in Guangzhou?"
"Sure, but you should go with somebody who's been there. Otherwise, unless you're prepared to really bargue, you won't get anywhere near the best price. The Cantonese vendors are among the toughest in China."
Por Ying-Yan 08 de abril de 2008
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