Subject UnknownWhat is the meaning of the idiom “To drive a hard bargain”?

What is the meaning of the idiom “To drive a hard bargain”?


  1. A
    Not easily available
  2. B
    Earn enough
  3. C
    Be in the same difficult situation
  4. D
    Uncompromising in making a deal 

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    Solution:

            The idiom "to drive a hard bargain" implies to be extreme in an exchange or agreement, it alludes to something not being available effortlessly.
            For example- He drives a hard bargain, but we, at last, made a deal.
     
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