What does it mean to press the price?
does it mean bargain for the price?
It's beating down or driving down the price.
Would this not translate as "I will print the price for you" (for example, if a sales clerk is printing out a piece of paper with the current price of an item)?
Nope. That's "drucken" or "ausdrucken". Watch out for those sneaky umlauts. ;)
Thank you. Snared by an umlaut again! I'll watch them more closely.
I had the same question. Thanks!
drücken and drucken
I will cut the price for you?