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Driving A Hard Bargain ( pushing hard to get what you want ... )

"Driving A Hard Bargain"

You drive a hard bargain when you work hard to get what you want and you do not give things away easily.

Example: "Twenty thousand dollars is a lot of money. You drive a hard bargain."

When you work hard to get what you want, and you make it hard for others to take from you, you drive a hard bargain.

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