verb (used with object), trad·ed, trad·ing.
verb (used without object), trad·ed, trad·ing.
Origin of trade
Examples from the Web for tradable
A physical piece of media, once acquired, should be tradable, resaleable, whatever.An Obituary For the Online Pass: Why You Can’t Charge Us Extra For Used Video Games|Alec Kubas-Meyer|November 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Roger Martin on why Google acts like a great company, not a tradable commodity.
The House of Representatives votes today on cap-and-trade legislation that will make pollution a tradable commodity.
If some of it's tradable, you'd say, there must be a deal of it isn't.The Belted Seas|Arthur Colton
British Dictionary definitions for tradable
Derived Formstradable or tradeable, adjectivetradeless, adjective
Word Origin for trade
Culture definitions for tradable
Business or commerce; economic activity.
Idioms and Phrases with tradable
In addition to the idioms beginning with trade
- trade down
- trade in
- trade off
- trade on
- trade up
- tricks of the trade