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Translation of "commodity" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

commodity

noun [C]
 
 
/kəˈmɒd.ə.ti/ US  /-ˈmɑː.də.t̬i/
a substance or product that can be traded, bought or sold
商品,货物
The country's most valuable commodities include tin and diamonds.
该国最有价值的商品包括锡和钻石。
the international commodities market
国际商品市场
Products and producersBuying and selling in general
a valuable quality
宝贵品质
If you're going into teaching, energy is a necessary commodity.
如果你要干教师这一行,必须要有充沛的精力。
Useful or advantageous
Translations of “commodity”
in Vietnamese hàng hóa…
in Spanish producto, artículo…
in Thai สินค้า…
in Malaysian barang keperluan…
in French marchandise…
in German die Ware…
in Chinese (Traditional) 商品,貨物, 寶貴素質…
in Indonesian komoditi…
in Russian товар…
in Turkish mal, ürün, emtia…
in Polish towar…
(Definition of commodity from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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