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French translation of “trade”

trade

noun /treid/
the buying and selling of goods Japan does a lot of trade with Britain. (a) business, occupation, or job
métier, profession
He’s in the jewellery trade.
trader noun a person who trades
commerçant/-ante
a market trader
trademark nouns ( tradename) an officially registered mark or name belonging to a particular company, and not to be used by anyone else, that is put on all goods made by the company.
marque déposée
tradesman /ˈtreidz-/ noun a shopkeeper.
commerçant/-ante
a workman in a skilled job
spécialiste
trade(s) union a group of workers of the same trade who join together to bargain with employers for fair wages, better working conditions etc
syndicat
Are you a member of a trade union?
trade(s) unionist (trade(s) unionism) ).
syndicaliste; syndicalisme
trade wind a wind that blows towards the equator (from the north-east and south-east)
(vent) alizé
The trade winds keep the surface water of the Eastern Pacific cool.
trade in (trade-in)
faire reprendre; (n.) reprise
(Definition of trade from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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