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Board of Trade

Translation of Board of Trade in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (American English) chamber of commerce
    Example sentences
    • It appears, if you do a comparison of volumes that, yes, the first round goes to the Board of Trade.
    • Schools, courts, banks, and the Board of Trade shut down for the gala affair.
    • How can the Board of Trade justify wasting an entire afternoon listening to a schoolboy read his high school essay?
  • 2 (in UK)
    Departamento (masculine) de Industria y Comercio
    Example sentences
    • Another whose calls I always welcomed was a young civil servant in the Board of Trade, an orderly man whose remarks and replies were brief and to the point.
    • In May 1965, after a request from UK industry, the Board of Trade told MPs that Britain should go metric within 10 years.
    • The religious issue cut no ice with the British Board of Trade.

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