Origin of trade
synonym study for trade
OTHER WORDS FROM trade
How to use trade in a sentence
The firm doesn’t charge users to trade—an innovation that led the rest of the industry last year to follow suit.
Sinking revenues from weakened trade could also affect maritime companies’ abilities to protect their vessels, while the impact of the disease could strain staffing for crews, he warned.
The stock, meanwhile, trades at valuations slightly below the sector average.
So thinking about the market from an old-school buying-and-holding mentality, and not trading as aggressively, might be the biggest opportunity to make money.The biggest risks and opportunities for investors in 2021|matthewheimer|November 20, 2020|Fortune
Not having a trade focus and therefore a paid trade audience, though, means that the content has to be compelling enough to get people to continue buying — and renewing — subscriptions, Adgate said.‘A start-up again’: New Quartz owner Zach Seward’s plan for longevity includes revenue innovation and reader support|Kayleigh Barber|November 20, 2020|Digiday
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 trade
Derived forms of tradetradable or tradeable, adjectivetradeless, adjective
Word Origin for trade
Cultural definitions for trade
Business or commerce; economic activity.
Other Idioms and Phrases with trade
In addition to the idioms beginning with trade
- trade down
- trade in
- trade off
- trade on
- trade up
- tricks of the trade