trade in

  1. turn in as payment or part payment for a purchase
    trade in an old car for a new one
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How To Use trade in In A Sentence

  • His great-uncle started the business in the mid-19th century when he moved to Bradford from Turkey to trade in opium for the pharmaceutical trade, wheat, barley, fur and mohair.
  • Unless this happens, the transfer agent doesn't have the authority to remove the legend and execute the trade in the marketplace.
  • Since the ban on the trade in ivory in 1989, elephant populations in Africa have generally stabilised and in some areas are increasing.
  • THE international trade in Atlantic blue fin tuna could be banned in a dramatic move to save the fish from extinction. The Sun
  • The trade in exotic birds is barbarous and inhumane.
  • A ban was enacted Tuesday on international trade in caviar and other ichthyological products derived from the wild, endangered sturgeon. Will Whitman's EBay Savor Caviar Ban?
  • If, to give an unlikely scenario, there had been no take-over and the shares had been delisted but continued to trade in the over-the-counter market, the conversion right would still have a value determinable in the market place.
  • Further, it may be believed that saleswomen will not forever acquiesce in pursuing their trade in utterly machinal activity, without any common expression of their common position. Making Both Ends Meet The income and outlay of New York working girls
  • The programme was set up in July 1999 to promote international trade in Europe.
  • It hopes for a significant export trade in this latest answer to civil disorder.
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