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  1. trad·ing
    IPA[ˈtrādiNG]
  2. noun

    • 1. the action of engaging in trade:

      trading profits leapt
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: trading

    • noun

      the action or activity of buying and selling goods and services:
    • noun

      the action of buying and selling goods and services:

      the practice of making one's living in business, as opposed to in a profession or from unearned income:

    • verb

      buy and sell goods and services:

      buy or sell (a particular item or product):

    • noun

      the action of buying and selling goods and services:

      the practice of making one's living in business, as opposed to in a profession or from unearned income:

    • verb

      buy and sell goods and services:

      buy or sell (a particular item or product):

    • noun

      the buying and selling of horses.

      hard and shrewd bargaining, especially in politics:

    • noun

      automated trading by computers which are programmed to take certain actions in response to varying market data:
    • noun

      a store or small settlement established for trading, typically in a remote place.
    • noun

      a system by which countries and organizations receive permits to produce a specified amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which they may trade with others.
    • noun

      the simultaneous purchase and sale of many different stocks, or of stocks and related futures contracts, with the use of a computer program to exploit price differences in different markets.
    • noun

      an area within an exchange or a bank or securities house where dealers trade in stocks or other securities.
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