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commodity

noun   /kəˈmɒd.ə.ti/
a substance or product that can be traded, bought, or sold artículo, mercancía The country’s most valuable commodities include tin and diamonds. the international commodities market1330
a valuable quality cualidad If you’re going into teaching, energy is a necessary commodity.1912
(Definition of commodity from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

commodity

noun /kəˈmodəti/ ( plural commodities)
(business) an article which is bought or sold producto, artículo soap, toothpaste and other household commodities.
(Definition of commodity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “commodity”
in Vietnamese hàng hóa…
in Malaysian barang keperluan…
in Thai สินค้า…
in French marchandise…
in German die Ware…
in Chinese (Simplified) 商品,货物, 宝贵品质…
in Turkish mal, ürün, emtia…
in Russian товар…
in Indonesian komoditi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 商品,貨物, 寶貴素質…
in Polish towar…
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