marché conclu

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Xiola

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Belgium - french speaking
Does this translation seem correct to you:

"Marché conclu? Bien, une affaire en perspective!"

-> "Is it a deal? Great, a bargain in view!"


I know "marché conclu" means "it's a deal" in English, but when it's a question ("marché conclu?), is it correct to say "is it a deal?" ?
I also doubt about the word "bargain"...
 
  • Avignonaddict

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    English - British
    Hi Xiola

    Yes, 'is it a deal?' is perfect. (You could also ask 'do we have a deal?')

    Perhaps 'a bargain in sight' sounds better than 'in view', but I don't have another suggestion for 'bargain'.
     
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