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  1. Ksenia
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    Idiom

    Hello!
    May I ask you what does this diom mean: 'Drive a price down"?

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    Re: Idiom

    To haggle. To negotiate over the price of an item. From the buyer's perspective.

    Or it could refer to any other input into the price of an item on the market that had an effect of lowering the price. For instance, "the bumper crop in corn that year drove the price down."

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