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British pronunciation/bˈʌd‍ʒ/
American pronunciation/ˈbədʒ/
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to come to an agreement or make someone change their mind

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to shift or move a small amount, often reluctantly or with difficulty

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After hours of discussion, they finally managed to make the client budge on the contract terms.
The skilled negotiator was able to make both parties budge, reaching a compromise that satisfied everyone.
Despite numerous attempts to negotiate, the stubborn leader wouldn't budge on his stance regarding the new policy.
The team members were able to make each other budge and create a unified plan.
The defendant refused to budge an inch in his testimony, even when faced with contradictory evidence.
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