Everything is up to negotiation.


Senior Member
We haven't agreed on the terms and conditions. Everything is up to negotiation

Can we say "Sg. is up to negotiation"? Does that even sound okay?


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  • Toby Sherman

    Senior Member
    American English

    Really? I've certainly never seen that used before. If that is the case, then I am confused, because in your first sentence you say that "everything" is up for negotiation, but in your second you seem to be asking whether one can express that idea by using the word "something" instead of "everything." If that is your question, the answer is "No", because "everything" and "something" don't mean the same thing.