Buying and selling of goods and services on a market. (noun)
A particular instance of buying or selling. (noun)
An instance of bartering items in exchange for one another. (noun)
Those who perform a particular kind of skilled work. (noun)
Those engaged in an industry or group of related industries. (noun)
The skilled practice of a practical occupation. (noun)
The business given to a commercial establishment by its customers. (noun)
Steady winds blowing from east to west above and below the equator. (noun)
A publication intended for participants in an industry or related group of industries. (noun)
A brief sexual encounter. (noun)
To engage in trade (verb)
To be traded at a certain price or under certain conditions. (verb)
To give (something) in exchange for. (verb)
To do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood. (verb)
Examples of word trade
It is called (in contradistinction to the foreign slave trade) _ "the internal slave trade_."
According to divers masters in the art of ethics now flourishing among ourselves, more especially in the atmosphere of the journals of the commercial communities, the people that "_can_ trade and _won't_ trade, _must be made to trade_."
This miscreant lives unnoticed, in a little village near Paris, upon a slender income, which he has made in trade, not in the _trade of blood_; for it appears that Robespierre was not a very liberal patron of his servants.
Is better than a potential team of, if they trade for him, Rose, Gordon, Deng/Salmons (* one of them go in a trade*), CHRIS BOSH, and TT/Noah, obviously wants the Bulls to be garbage or ...
Before the commencement of the troubles of France, the universal cry in that country was "liberty and trade," and now their ports were completely shut to trade*