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trade

noun [U] (BUYING AND SELLING) 買賣     /treɪd/
the activity of buying and selling, or exchanging, goods and/or services between people or countries 貿易;交易;買賣 The country's trade in manufactured goods has expanded in the last ten years. 該國的工業品貿易在最近十年裡擴大了規模。 Seventy per cent of the country's trade is with Europe. 該國70%的貿易是和歐洲做的。 The two countries have signed a trade agreement for one year only. 這兩個國家簽署了一項為期僅一年的貿易協定。 Buying and selling in general
business activity 生意 Since the supermarket opened, many small local shops have lost up to 50% of their trade. 自從這家超市開張後,當地許多小商店失去了一半的生意。 In hot weather, shops do a roaring/brisk trade in (= selling a lot of) cold drinks and ice creams. 天熱時,商店裡的冷飲和霜淇淋生意非常好。 This level of confidence in the economy is good for trade generally. 人們對經濟的信心水準如此,對進行貿易有利。 Business and commerce - general words
(Definition of trade noun (BUYING AND SELLING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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