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Spell check of trade

Correct spelling: trade

Synonyms:
imitate, collaboration, captaincy, commerce, administer, wad, second, negotiation, line, conduct, sales, shell out, collude, hatful, action, cover, specialty, displace, broking, participate, supersede, work, guile, craftiness, boss, heap, situation, agent, e-commerce, practice, concur, mint, mickle, co-operate, draft, bargain, calling, look at, commute, proprietorship, ally, hand, book, represent, dicker, commercial, bid, capitalist, appointment, vocation, position, collaborate, dole out, shift, bench, capacity, division of labor, intertwine, change over, mass, replacement, administrator, avocation, company, handle, disdain, pile, business plan, ambassador, pass on, foxiness, interplay, quite a little, corporation, interlace, affair, cope, swap, clientele, barter, patronage, bearish, dealing, haggle, labor, service, transfer, base, job, interest, posting, sight, associate, consortium, care, divvy up, retailing, management, interweave, renew, businesswoman, mete out, interchange, sell, back-and-forth, venture, allot, replace, flip-flop, succeed, call up, switch, contract, pursuit, stack, band, carry on, art, backing, market, bid price, craft, dish out, flip, affiliate, traffic, portion out, subrogate, wiliness, change hands, selling, busy work, exchange, confederate, get by, intermesh, dispense, substitute, big business, lot, craftsmanship, good deal, bull market, fence, custom, employment, career, commutation, acquisition, account executive, employ, condescension, industry, share, tidy sum, betray, bondholder, business, business deal, beauty parade, agency, subrogation, mountain, contend, substitution, delegation, take, passel, give way, overlap, profession, concern, trading, free trade, captain, workmanship, holding, game, raft, establishment, reciprocate, mess, bear market, lay, spate, brokerage, firm, station, peck, quid pro quo, duty, plenty, receive, trade wind, tack, swop, relieve, option, slyness, consider, address, supersession, make out, grapple, deal, displacement, muckle, draft in, cannibalize, baron, make do, great deal, plow, digital, mesh, batch, switch over, dovetail, trade-in, transposition, transaction, deal with, merchandise, blue chip, racket, pool, deal in, slew, treat, call, handicraft, championship, account, cunning, enterprise, businessperson, backup, alternate, apportion, bear, softwood, marketplace, deal out, flock, sale, assignment, unite, parcel out, anchor, the biz, broker-dealer, truck, manage, throw, commission, supplant, change, bull, businessman, background, commissioner, bullish, occupation, trade-off, livelihood, handcraft, distribute, partnership, activity, merchant, alternative, asset.

Antonyms:
avocation, hobby, pursuit.

Examples of usage:

1) Maybe we had better go down and be ready to trade if she comes near enough. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) I to steal your sheep or your rack or anything that belongs to you or to your trade! - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) How, building up a little trade, he got others to work for him. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

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