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trade

noun (BUSINESS) 商業     /treɪd/
[C] a particular business or industry 行業 the building/catering/tourist trade 建築/飲食服務/旅遊行業 the book/car/fur trade 圖書/汽車/皮毛製品行業 He worked in the same trade all his life. 他終身從事同一行業。 Industry and industrial processesBusiness and commerce - general words
[C or U] a job, especially one which needs special skill and which involves working with your hands (尤指需要特殊技術和手工勞動的)職業,行當 After she left school, she went to college to learn a trade. 她中學畢業後去一家技術學院學一門手藝。 He's a carpenter by trade. 他是做木工工作的。 Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
the trade [S]
the people who work in a particular business or industry or in the same one (特定或同一行業的)從業者 People who work in the trade can buy their books at a discount. 同行購書可以打折。 The company only supplies its goods to the (building/catering) trade, not direct to the public. 這家公司只向(建築/飲食服務)從業者提供貨物,而不直接面向公眾。 Businesses and enterprises
(Definition of trade noun (BUSINESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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