トレード, 売買, 通商, 交易, 互市, 商業, 営業, 商売, 商い, 商法, 稼業, 家職, 同業者売り込む, 商う
Noun(1) the commercial exchange (buying and selling on domestic or international markets(2) the skilled practice of a practical occupation(3) the business given to a commercial establishment by its customers(4) a particular instance of buying or selling(5) people who perform a particular kind of skilled work(6) steady winds blowing from east to west above and below the equator(7) an equal exchange
Verb(1) engage in the trade of(2) turn in as payment or part payment for a purchase(3) be traded at a certain price or under certain conditions(4) exchange or give (something(5) do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood
(1) Such cakes are sometimes called ├ö├ç├┐high ratio cakes├ö├ç├û in the trade .(2) a significant increase in foreign trade(3) Workshop practices and detailed technical information is available in guides and manuals to the trade .(4) The local involvement in the timber trade was restricted to manual labour and shifting timber sleepers after they were cut.(5) Home inspection is a trade that requires special training, knowledge, and skills.(6) The big fella no longer is demanding a trade , which wasn't feasible anyway, or to be waived, which was unlikely.(7) Certainly, there are some good reasons why most property companies' shares should trade at a modest discount to their net asset value.(8) players can demand a trade after five years of service(9) Urbanisation accelerated, and with it Africa's international trade in manufactures and services.(10) UK deficit on trade in goods and services in January stood at Ôö¼├║4.6 billion(11) These were the small fry of the trade , the hawkers, who often reappeared with new stock mere hours after a confrontation.(12) Luckily, the team does not need to trade players to lose payroll, just let some go.(13) Prisoners may trade antituberculosis drugs, to be saved for later use or to be traded for goods or services or to pay off debts.(14) a move to ban all trade in ivory(15) By contract, he can demand a trade to any team, minus six he excludes, within 10 days of the World Series.(16) the trade in illegal drugs is widespread
1. commerce ::
2. exchange ::
3. craft ::
4. trade wind ::
5. deal ::
6. swop ::
7. patronage ::
9. operate ::
10. swap ::
11. merchandise ::
12. trade in ::
13. swop ::
14. sell ::
Different Formstrade, traded, trades, trading, tradings
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