Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trade"

The meaning of "Trade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa U.S. free trade agreements came into force with...?
A: @Ri-na When something "comes into force" it is the start day.

The new parking regulations come in to force on Sunday.
The new tax rules come into force on April 1.

So the free trade agreements started with [something].
Q: O que significa trade?
A: the action of buying or selling goods and services.
Q: O que significa trade (of "daytime trade" or "nocturnal trade")?
A: first, we don't say daytime trade or nocturnal trade. To answer your question, trade is the buying and selling of goods
Q: O que significa rough trade corner boys?
A: In this case, I think it means a boy who hangs out on street corners (corner boy) selling drugs (rough trade).
Q: O que significa "trade off" in 735?
A: Meaning, he traded his shift at work with another co-worker to work another shift. A synonym would be "switched."

Example sentences using "Trade"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com "trade".
A: So it can be used as a verb or a noun.

1) job which requires skill (eg. A tradesman)

Bobby is a tradesman, his trade is bricklaying

2) could mean commerce or business ( also a verb meaning to buy or sell)

eg. The trade in tropical fruits is booming (noun)
China is trading with Australia (verb)

3) verb, meaning to swap or exchange

Can I trade my apple for your orange

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com trade A for B.
A: Trade 3 apples for 3 bananas.
Trade a 20 dollar bill for two 10 dollar bills.
Trade a dog for a cat.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com trade agreement.
A: The countries tried to decide on a trade agreement that was fair to both of them.
The key to economic success is a trade agreement with many partners.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com trade .
A: I don't like this pencil, can we trade?

Can I trade my apple for your orange?

Synonyms of "Trade" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre trade e trading (as adjectives) ?
A: In "trade policies", "trade" is a noun adjunct. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noun_adjunct

A noun adjunct may act like an adjective (i.e., similar to "trading"), by describing the noun ("policies").

Why say "trade policies" instead of "trading policies"?
Good question. They can mean different things.

"trade policies" are policies related to the abstract idea called "trade", the processes involved with buying and selling items, typically internationally. (e.g., taxes, limitations, commitments, incentives, etc.). "Trade policies" are usually rules and guidelines established by nations.

"trading policies" can (less commonly) mean "trade policies", but it can also (more commonly) mean policies (strategies, restrictions, etc.) that investment companies use to buy and sell investments.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre trade e exchange ?
A: "trade" and "exchange" are very similar in meaning, but the best one to use depends on the context.

For example, when you are talking about converting one currency into another currency, you should say exchange, not trade. Another example is when you return a product to a store and swap it for another product—that is called an exchange, not a trade.

There are also some cases where using trade is more appropriate. For example, when you buy or sell shares/stocks in a company, that is generally called a trade, not an exchange. Another example is when players are swapped between different sports teams, that's generally called a trade.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre trade e exchange e change ?
A: Trade and Exchange and Change all refer to similar things . You can trade eggs for milk in a traditional economy country .
Trade = I give you this if you give me this
Exchange doesn’t necessarily limit itself to economy terms
Exchange = Would you mind exchanging phone numbers ? It’s the swap of two things
Change doesn’t mean that there is a two way exchange . But it’s possible
Change= I’m going to change the color of my nails polish . I’m going to change this purse for that one , because that one is prettier
Q: Qual é a diferença entre trade e transact ?
A: to trade = commercial exchange
to transact = exchange
Q: Qual é a diferença entre trade e trading ?
A: -ing is mostly added to an action so in this case trading is a verb and trade is a noun

Translations of "Trade"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? what is trade
A: What is trade
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? trade
A: Hope this helps! ^_^
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? traded
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Other questions about "Trade"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar trade deficit.
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Q: I think this trade may qualify for preferential tariff rates under FTA. soa natural?
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Q: It's interesting to see a trade war both the US and China. soa natural?
A: It's interesting to see a trade war between the US and China.
Q: A trade show will hold in Gang Nam, Seoul. soa natural?
A: A trade show will be held in Gang Nam, Seoul.
Q: I transfered my previous major which is international economic and trade to chinese culture and language this semester soa natural?
A: --> "I *changed* my previous major, which *was* international *economics* and trade, to Chinese culture and language this semester."

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