The correct answer is negotiate.
The correct answer is (D) To negotiate; to arrange in order to influence an outcome; to act as agent or middleman in transactions.
Broker comes from Middle English & Anglo-French brocour, Old Norman French broceor (to reduce in amount, degree, intensity).
Examples of use:
- He quickly brokered an arrangement that was satisfactory to both parties.
- She is attempting to broker an amendment to the legislative proposal.