Goods or services used as payment, as e.g. in a barter. (noun)
Equivalent means used as response to an action. (noun)
Examples of word kind
But if you are into that kind of entertainment, fair enough.. theres tonnes of movies like that out thereâ€¦ and don't get me wrongâ€¦ i thought "Knowing" was kind of entertaining..kind of funny even with that gooky script who wouldnt?
(ZHAHN-ruh) The kind or type of a work of art, from the French, meaning Â“kindÂ” or Â“genus.
Whatever the kind, or the amount stolen, the unvarying penalty was double of _the same kind_.
I feel that I must be so kind, kind, _kind_ to _everybody_!
The proof rather lies within the domain of the soul itself, and is not something which may be tacked on to any kind of external, spatial existence; it is the emergence of a _new kind_ of existence or _self-subsistence.