|vaihtokauppa englanniksi||barter fi, swap fi, trade fi, quid pro quo fi, exchange fi|
: We had no money so we had to live by barter.
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
: How much swap do you need?
*: And soo sir launcelot rode on the one syde and she on the other / he had not ryden but a whyle / but the knyghte badde sir Launcelot torne hym and loke behynde hym /.../ And soo sir launcelot torned hym.../ and there wyth was the knyghte and the lady on one syde / & sodenly he swapped of his ladyes hede
: rfquotek|C. Richardson (Dict.)
*: All suddenly she swapt adown to ground.
: I did no trades with them once the rumors started.
*: EXCHANGE — A trade or swap of no material profit to either side.
*: When Golden State matched the Knicks offer sheet, the Warriors and Knicks worked out a trade that sent King to New York for Richardson.
: The skilled trades were the first to organize modern labor unions.
: It is not a retail showroom. It is only for the trade.
: He learned his trade as an [[apprentice]].
: After failing his entrance exams, he decided to go into a trade.
: Most veterans went into trade when the war ended.
*: Subsequently some Scottish troops settled, took up trade as weavers, tailors, or mariners, and married Dutch women.
*: Getting a job in your major is no breeze: Remember we made fun of those who took up a trade
: Even before noon there was considerable trade.
: They rode the trades going west.
*: the north-east trade
: Rumors about layoffs are all over the trades.
: Josh picked up some trade last night.
*: the house and household goods, his trade of war
*: A postern with a blind wicket there was, / A common trade to pass through Priams house.
*: Hath tracted forth some salvage beastes trade.
*: Or, Ill be buried in the kings highway, / Some way of common trade, where subjects feet / May hourly trample on their sovereigns head.
*: the right trade of religion
*: There those five sisters had continual trade.
*: Long did I love this lady, / Long was my travel, long my trade to win her.
*: Thy sins not accidental but a trade.
: This company trades in precious metal.
*: a free port, where nations ... resorted with their goods and traded
: Will you trade your precious watch for my earring?
*: How did you dare to trade and traffic with Macbeth?
*: The misunderstanding of the word or the quid pro quo is the unintentional pun, and is related to it exactly as folly is to wit.
*: “Is it simply a wild fantasy, or a mistake on the part of the old man — some impossible quid pro quo?”
*: No less weightier was to be the youths consideration for his master, who was to him no mere school teacher or college professor on quid pro quo principle, but a veritable didaskalos, in whom he could and must completely confide the care of his body and soul.
*: Section 170 states that quid pro quo donations, for which a taxpayer receives something in return, are not deductible.
: We had no money so we had to live by quid pro quo.
: All in all, it was an even exchange.
: an exchange of cattle for grain
: The stock exchange is open for trading.
: The 555 exchange is reserved for use by the phone company, which is why its often used in films.
: NPA-NXX-1234 is standard format, where NPA is the area code and NXX is the exchange.
: After an exchange with the manager, we were no wiser.
*: “Why bother with the daily grind when you can go to Mosul, get paid $400 a month, get a wife – and live an Islamic way,” went an exchange between two men overheard by a fellow passenger in a taxi. Rumour has it that a woman whose husband died fighting with Isis now receives a generous widow’s pension from jihadi coffers.
: Ill gladly exchange my place for yours.
: Id like to exchange this shirt for one in a larger size.
: Since his arrest, the mob boss has exchanged a mansion for a jail cell.