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trade-in

noun [C] uk   /ˈtreɪd.ɪn/ us  
a method of buying something new by giving something you own as part of the payment for it: We got a good trade-in price for our old car.
Translations of “trade-in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 折價貼換交易,以舊折價換新…
in Chinese (Simplified) 折价贴换交易,以旧折价换新…
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