# Verbal Reasoning - Verification of Truth - Discussion

### Discussion :: Verification of Truth - Verfication of Truth (Q.No.6)

6.

Which one of the following is always with 'Bargain'?

 [A]. Exchange [B]. Sumptuousness [C]. Triviality [D]. Eloquence

Explanation:

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 Pratiksha said: (Oct 11, 2010) How it is possible?

 Tanuj said: (Oct 28, 2010) meaning of bargain?

 Narendra said: (Oct 30, 2010) how can this be?

 Ashwini said: (Nov 17, 2010) How it is possible?

 Nagendra said: (Nov 19, 2010) Even i wonder why this is given as an answer

 Swapnil said: (Jan 15, 2011) Bargain means getting something for price lesser than marked price OR doing something for someone in return of some favour. In 1st case, the buyer gets something cheap, while the seller can attract more customers using that pricing. In second case, both parties do something for each other. In both the cases, both the parties exchange something for other thing. Hence, option A. Hope this helps.

 Balaji said: (Jan 18, 2011) all the options were wrong.

 Priya Raikwar said: (Feb 17, 2011) dicker: negotiate the terms of an exchange; "We bargained for a beautiful rug in the bazaar"

 Sundar said: (Feb 17, 2011) dicker: Engage in petty argument or bargaining

 Divya said: (Feb 25, 2011) It should be (b) sumptuous because it means something for high quality or expensive. And when it comes upto bargain it is done when a person is willing to buy a thing but at minimum price.

 Jitendar said: (Sep 30, 2011) Answer is A, Because the customer will bargain more price towards the old one and will try to minimise the cost of new one by bargaining. Hope it will help

 Hemanth said: (Mar 23, 2013) None of them are correct. Bargaining is some thing that we are asking to reduce. For ex: we bargain in a shop to get our need for less prize. Where as exchange is something we will return if we gave something.

 Brandon said: (Jun 15, 2013) How can asking for cheaper prices be exchange?

 Sobana said: (Dec 27, 2013) @Swapnil answer is correct. Please c 2 d second case "doing something for someone in return of some favour" so option A is correct. Thank you @Swapnil.

 Urvashi said: (Oct 3, 2015) Obviously, it is correct. Here, in this case, every one is gaining something. So its quite a bargain.

 Sneha said: (May 14, 2016) None of the given options is correct. Bargain is not always followed by the exchange.

 Sukanya said: (Jun 2, 2016) Why not Triviality? What is meant by Triviality?

 Madhumitha said: (Jun 12, 2016) Not getting the solution. How is this possible?

 Bijendra said: (Jul 14, 2016) Bargain as a verb, it is to negotiate the terms and conditions of transaction. Hence, it is Exchange.

 Sagar said: (Aug 3, 2016) No, option C will be an answer.

 Ram said: (Aug 19, 2016) How it's possible?

 Hemant said: (Jan 18, 2017) I think the answer is D.

 Kamali said: (Sep 13, 2017) How it could be possible?

 Malik Zeeshan Gul said: (Nov 8, 2017) Exchange is a necessary element of Sale. Property is exchanged for money.

 Manikanta said: (Apr 28, 2018) I think the answer is Eloquence.

 Monika said: (Feb 6, 2019) How unbelievable

 Sushma K said: (Dec 9, 2019) Thing bought or offered for sale much more cheaply than is usual or expected--- bargain meaning so I think bargain means exchange.

 Sanjoy Daw said: (Aug 20, 2021) The main aim of bargaining is to getting the same thing by reducing some amount or getting some discount.