- an equal exchange; "we had no money so we had to live by barter"
- Dutch: ruil, ruilhandel
- French: troc
- German: Tauschhandel
- Spanish: trueque
- exchange goods or services without involving money
Etymology: From barater, of uncertain origin (maybe Celtic).
- Dutch: ruilen
- French: troquer
- Spanish: trocar
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