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trade

verb (BUY AND SELL)
買賣
 
 
/treɪd/
[I or T, usually + adv/prep] to buy and sell goods or services, especially between countries
(尤指國與國之間)從事(…)貿易,進行(…)交易
For centuries, Native Americans traded with European settlers.
美洲印第安人和歐洲殖民者做了幾百年生意。
The company has been trading in oil for many years.
該公司做石油生意已經有許多年了。
The two countries have become close trading partners.
兩國已經成為關係密切的貿易夥伴。
Our books are traded right across Asia.
我們的書在全亞洲銷售。
→  See also horsetrade (horsetrading) Buying and selling in general
[I or T] to be bought and sold, or to buy and sell shares, on the stock exchange
(在證券交易所)買賣,交易
On London's Stock Exchange, 18.5 million shares were traded yesterday.
昨天倫敦證券交易所成交股票1850萬股。
Shares in the company traded actively.
該公司的股票交易活躍。
Financial investments and the stock market
(Definition of trade verb (BUY AND SELL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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