trade

I
n.
commerce, business

1) to carry on, conduct, engage in trade

2) to build up, develop, drum up, promote; lose trade

3) to restrain, restrict trade

4) (a) brisk, lively trade (they built up a lively trade)

5) fair trade

6) domestic; export; foreign, international, overseas; free; illicit; maritime; retail; wholesale trade (to promote international trade)

7) (the) slave trade

8) the carriage trade ('business with wealthy people')

9) trade among, between; with (to conduct trade with many countries)

10) trade in

11) (misc.) (in) restraint of trade

exchange

12) to make a trade with smb.

13) a fair trade

occupation

14) to ply, practice a trade

15) to learn a trade

16) by trade (she is a bookbinder by trade)

17) (misc.) a jack of all trades

II
v.

1) (D; tr.) to trade for (she traded a knife for a hat)

2) (D; intr.) to trade in (to trade in furs)

3) (D; intr.) to trade with (to trade with various countries)

4) (O) she traded me a knife for a spoon

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[treɪd]
between
engage in trade
illicit
international
lose trade
maritime
practice a trade
restrict trade
lively trade (they built up a lively trade)
with (to conduct trade with many countries)
wholesale trade (to promote international trade)
(0) she traded me a knife for a spoon
(a) brisk
(misc.) (in) restraint of trade
(misc.) a jack of all trades
(the) slave trade
['commerce, business'] to carry on
['exchange'] to make a trade with smb.
['occupation'] to ply
a fair trade
domestic
fair trade
to build up
to learn a trade
to restrain
trade among
the carriage trade ('business with wealthy people')
by trade (she is a bookbinder by trade)
(D;tr.) to trade for (she trade d a knife for a hat)
(D; intr.) to trade in (to trade in furs)
(D; intr.) to trade with (to trade with various countries)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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