exchange of goods or services for money or other goods
business of a particular kind
way of making a living, especially a job that involves making sth; occupation
buy and sell things; exchange; barter
"Venice was an important center of trade with the East"
"they are accused of conspiring to constrain trade"
"he learned his trade as an apprentice"
"even before noon there was a considerable patronage"
"it was a package deal"
"I had no further trade with him"
"he's a master of the business deal"
"he represented the craft of brewers"
"as they say in the trade"
"they rode the trade winds going west"
"we had no money so we had to live by barter"
"he is merchandising telephone sets"
"trade in an old car for a new one"
"The stock traded around $20 a share"
"She deals in gold"
"The brothers sell shoes"
A refreshment tent..is doing a roaring trade in halves of scrumpy.
There was no black market or street trade in any psychiatric drugs.
出自： J. Masson
The British established a rich trade with Portugal for this..wine.
An illegal..weapons trade is growing.
They traded with profit only to China.
出自： H. H. Wilson
Which store do you usually trade at?
The early settlers traded copper for corn.
I would love to trade this car for a pickup truck.
They landed on the island and traded knives for gold dust.
Early European visitors to the North of Canada traded manufactured goods for furs and skins.
He traded a job in New York City for the life of a cowboy.
I have traded my old radio in for a transistor.
The gas company is offering fifty pounds off a new cooker if you trade in your old one.
They traded off horses hundreds of miles from home.
They traded on his credulity.
I'm tired of the way in which he trades on your generosity and I think it is time you put an end to it.
We trade with many countries in industrial and agricultural products.
China now trades with more than 130 countries.
He wanted to change his days off and got a fellow worker to trade with him.
他想换休,找一位同事和他对调。 trade sth with sb
Rosa traded seats with Cage.