They confirmed that some soldiers have bartered away military equipment, including knives, helmets, and flak jackets, for drugs.
Each 'phratry' then bartered a sub-class of its own for a sub-class of its partner.
How if I have bartered my fortune for a few pieces of money?'
Surely he had bartered his soul for a very inadequate mess of pottage.
Do you think I am a slave or a human chattel to be bartered away like that?
He bought nothing for his own pleasure or comfort, nothing which could not be sold or bartered again.
As a boy I should have dreamed about it, schemed for it, bartered my immortal soul for it.
She sold permission to commit sin and bartered for gold charters of indulgent forgiveness for sins already done.
The most valuable objects which were bartered were metals and wood.
Part of Jorrocks's half-quartern loaf was bartered with the captain of an East Indiaman for a slice of buffalo-beef.
mid-15c., apparently from Old French barater "to barter, cheat, deceive, haggle" (also, "to have sexual intercourse"), 12c., of uncertain origin, perhaps from a Celtic language (cf. Irish brath "treachery"). Connection between "trading" and "cheating" exists in several languages. Related: Bartered; bartering. The noun is first recorded 1590s, from the verb.