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trading
American English: /ˈtreɪdɪŋ/
British English: /ˈtreɪdɪŋ/

Translation of trading in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (in goods)
    actividad (feminine) or movimiento (masculine) comercial
    (before noun) (profit/loss)
    de explotación
    trading account
    cuenta (feminine) de explotación
    trading links
    vínculos (masculine plural) comerciales
    trading nation
    país (masculine) or nación (feminine) comerciante
    Trading Standards Department (in UK)
    Inspección (feminine) de Comercio
    Trading Standards Officer (in UK)
    1.2 (on stock exchange)
    operaciones (feminine plural) (bursátiles)
    trading finishes at 4
    la Bolsa cierra a las cuatro
    trading range
    banda (feminine) or franja (feminine) de cotización
    Example sentences
    • There is no doubt that the concentration on agricultural liberalization brought the key concerns of fair trade and equitable trading opportunities to the forefront.
    • Enormous trading activities with transportation might affect the fragile and pristine environment in an adverse manner.
    • Thus the action lies where there is a real possibility of damage to some business or trading activity.

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