trade

treɪd

Перевод:

Noun: торговля сделка обмен профессия
Adjective: торговый товарный промысловый профсоюзный
Verb: торговать обмениваться обменивать вести торговлю

Фразы:

bootleg trade - незаконная торговля

economic / trade boycott - экономическое эмбарго

colonial trade - колониальная торговля

competitive trade - конкурентная торговля

contraband trade - торговля контрабандными товарами

cosy agreement between the government and the trade unions - сговор между правительством и профсоюзами

trade deficit - внешнеторговый дефицит

trade delegation - торговая делегация

depression of trade - застой в торговле

trade directory - справочник о фирмах, указатель фирм

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Примеры:

We traded seats. - Мы поменялись местами.

His father was in trade. - Его отец был торговцем.

The company trades in silk, tea, and other items. - Компания торгует шёлком, чаем и другими товарами.

They traded insults. - Они обменялись оскорблениями.

European free trade area - Европейская зона свободной торговли

A boy traded his knife for a pup. - Мальчик обменял ножик на щенка.

The stock traded around $20 a share. - Акции торговались долларов по двадцать за штуку.

We flourish in the French trade. - Наша торговля с французами процветает.

We traded seats with them. - Мы обменялись с ними местами.

He sells only to the trade. - Он продаёт только розничным торговцам.

I'll trade you my camera for your drill. - Я обменяю свою камеру на вашу дрель. (амер.)

They had to travel into town to trade the produce from their farm. - Им пришлось ездить в город, чтобы продать продукцию своей фермы.

We traded necklaces. - Мы обменялись бусами.

Britain's trade with Japan - торговля Великобритании с Японией

Venice was an important center of trade with the East. - Венеция была важным центром торговли с Востоком.

Board of Trade - Министерство торговли (в Англии), торговая палата, ассоциация торговцев, банкиров и т.д., биржа (в США)

He throve on trade. - Он разбогател на торговле.

Trade has been stepping up recently. - В последнее время торговля расширяется.

Office of International Trade - Управление по внешнеторговым связям

Trade Union Congress - Британский конгресс профсоюзов

Defense Trade Controls - Служба контроля за торговлей оборонными технологиями

as they say in the trade - как говорят в торговле

Defense Trade Regulations - Правила торговли оборонными технологиями

a member of a trade mission - представитель торговой миссии

an exhibitor at a trade show - участник торговой выставки

Chicago Board of Trade - Чикагская товарная биржа

Defense Trade Working Group - Рабочая группа по торговле оборонными технологиями

She mostly trades in stocks. - В основном она торгует акциями.

British Overseas Trade Board - Британская внешнеторговая палата

Defense Trade Advisory Group - Консультативная группа по торговле оборонными технологиями

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Фразовые глаголы:

If someone trades down, they sell something such as their car or house and buy a less expensive one.

If you trade in an old car or appliance, you give it to the person you are buying a new one from so that you pay less.

If you trade off one thing against another, you exchange all or part of one thing for another, as part of a negotiation or compromise.

If someone trades on something, they make use of it for their own advantage, often in an unfair way.

If someone trades up, they sell something such as their car or their house and buy a more expensive one.

If someone trades down, they sell something such as their car or house and buy a less expensive one.

If you trade in an old car or appliance, you give it to the person you are buying a new one from so that you pay less.

If you trade off one thing against another, you exchange all or part of one thing for another, as part of a negotiation or compromise.

If someone trades on something, they make use of it for their own advantage, often in an unfair way.

If someone trades up, they sell something such as their car or their house and buy a more expensive one.

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Связанные термины:

fur trade: the worldwide business of buying and selling animal fur

rag trade: The rag trade is the business and industry of making and selling clothes, especially women's clothes.

trade gap: If a country imports goods worth more than the value of the goods that it exports, this is referred to as a trade gap .

trade-in: If you trade in an old car or appliance, you give it to the person you are buying a new one from so that you pay less.

trade-off: If you trade off one thing against another, you exchange all or part of one thing for another, as part of a negotiation or compromise.

trade on: If someone trades on something, they make use of it for their own advantage, often in an unfair way.

trade up: If someone trades up, they sell something such as their car or their house and buy a more expensive one.

trade war: an economic conflict in which countries impose import restrictions on each other in order to harm each other's trade

carry trade: a speculative transaction in which a trader buys the currency of a country with a high rate of interest and sells the currency of a country with a low rate of interest

fair trade: Fair trade is the practice of buying goods directly from producers in developing countries at a fair price.

free trade: international trade that is free of such government interference as import quotas, export subsidies, protective tariffs, etc

horse-trade: to buy and sell horses

ivory trade: the (esp illegal ) trade in the ivory of the tusks of elephants, walruses, and similar animals

motor trade: → the motor trade

rough trade: (in homosexual use) a tough or violent sexual partner, esp a lorry driver, construction worker, or docker, casually picked up

slave trade: The slave trade is the buying and selling of slaves, especially Black Africans, from the 16th to the 19th centuries.

trade bill: a bill of exchange drawn on and accepted ( trade acceptance ) by a trader in payment for goods

trade book: an ordinary edition of a book sold in the normal way in shops, as opposed to a de luxe or mail-order edition

trade cycle: the recurrent fluctuation between boom and depression in the economic activity of a capitalist country

trade down: If someone trades down, they sell something such as their car or house and buy a less expensive one.

trade fair: A trade fair is an exhibition where manufacturers show their products to other people in industry and try to get business.

trade-last: a compliment that one has heard about someone, which one offers to tell to that person in exchange for a compliment heard about oneself

trade name: A trade name is the name which manufacturers give to a product or to a range of products.

trade paper: a periodical containing new developments, discussions, etc, concerning a trade or profession

trade plate: a numberplate attached temporarily to a vehicle by a dealer, etc, before the vehicle has been registered

trade price: the price paid for goods by a retailer to a manufacturer or wholesaler

trade route: A trade route is a route, often covering long distances, that is used by traders.

trade show: A trade show is an exhibition where manufacturers show their products to other people in industry and try to get business.

trade talks: discussions on the arrangements for international trade

trade union: A trade union is an organization that has been formed by workers in order to represent their rights and interests to their employers, for example in order to improve working conditions or wages .

trade wind: a wind blowing obliquely towards the equator either from the northeast in the N hemisphere or the southeast in the S hemisphere, approximately between latitudes 30° N and S, forming part of the planetary wind system

wool trade: → the wool trade

export trade: the area of business or industry concerned with the export of goods or services

foreign trade: Trade is the activity of buying, selling, or exchanging goods or services between people, firms, or countries.

global trade: Trade is the activity of buying, selling, or exchanging goods or services between people, firms, or countries.

illegal trade: Trade is the activity of buying, selling, or exchanging goods or services between people, firms, or countries.

import trade: goods, services and products brought into a country and which were bought from another country

managed trade: a system whereby the government sets and specifies trade targets and policies

retail trade: → the retail trade

tourist trade: → another name for tourist industry

trade balance: a country's trade balance is the difference in value, over a period of time, between the goods it imports and the goods it exports

trade barrier: any regulation or policy that restricts international trade, esp. tariffs, quotas, etc

trade deficit: the difference between the value of a country's imports and the value of its exports

trade dispute: a dispute between workers and their employer

trade edition: that edition of a book sold to the general public, as distinguished from a school edition, etc. of the same book

trade embargo: a government order imposing a trade barrier

trade figures: a record of how much a country has paid for goods which it has bought from other countries, compared with how much it has been paid for goods which it has sold to other countries

trade journal: a periodical containing new developments, discussions, etc, concerning a trade or profession

trade mission: a delegation sent by a government or by business representatives to another country to promote exports to that country

trade returns: a record of how much a country has paid for goods which it has bought from other countries, compared with how much it has been paid for goods which it has sold to other countries

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Однокоренные слова:

trade down - продавать или покупать по более дешевой цене, менять
trade in - отдавать старую вещь в счёт оплаты новой
trade off - сбывать, обменивать
trade on - извлекать выгоду
trade up - извлекать выгоду, использовать в личных целях

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