Great efforts have been made to improve foreign trade.
This city has always been an important center of trade.
Their country has a surplus in the balance of trade.
WordNet 1.7 Sense Numbers: 1, 5, 6
I'll make you a trade of my ham sandwich for your candy bar.
Boardwalk for the Electric Company is not a fair trade in the game of Monopoly.
The couple stayed in a Paris apartment for two weeks as a trade for their summer home in Maine during that time.
WordNet 1.7 Sense Numbers: 3
Commentary: TRADE[+organization][+industry][+genre][+skilled] Reference to a particular kind of work or workers, usually skilled.
There's good money in the coffee trade.
Nobody knows the tourist trade like the Thais.
In the trade this sort of computer is called a client-based system.
WordNet 1.7 Sense Numbers: 2, 4
Commentary: TRADE[+force][+winds][+constant][+blowing][+towards_equator] Steady winds blowing form east to west above and below the equator.
They rode the trade winds going west.
You can stay on a single tack for days, once you catch the trades.
WordNet 1.7 Sense Numbers: 7