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barter away

To swap or trade something, often for an item of lesser value. I can't believe you bartered away your car in exchange for a few old records.
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barter something away

to trade something away; to lose something of value in a trade. Don't barter my car away! Don't barter away anything of such high value.
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"It truly angers us that a federal agency would barter away the 35 years of goodwill associated with the Medicare name, and all of the trust embodied in it, through a tawdry backroom scheme that did not receive the public scrutiny the law requires," Kocot said at a press conference announcing the legal action.
How can a government, entrusted with the safety and health of its people, conscientiously barter away in the name of an economic idea that people's ability to feed itself?
He would like to live and die as the spouse of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and son in law of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and would hate to barter away this honor for anything else, the spokesperson said.
And if she forces him to barter away his support for the PS100billion Trident abomination, so much the better for all of us.
And can anyone imagine even for a moment if he would barter away Pakistan's security for trade, no matter how alluring the terms and conditions?
"However, no one should fantasize that China would barter away our core interests, and no one should underestimate our will and determination in defending our territory, sovereignty and maritime rights," he said.
And if this is not achieved, Pakistan will have to barter away its sovereignty and remain open to blackmail like it was after 9/11 when the nation was coerced into joining the war on terror, which of course has become Pakistan's war now.
One thing is plain: No political leader in the Arab world, regardless of his popularity and influence, could barter away Palestinian, Arab and Muslim rights in Occupied Jerusalem.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Friday the country will not barter away its defense capabilities for removal of sanctions imposed after it conducted nuclear tests in May this year.
Macdonald said: "Too often leading criminals with the biggest assets are able to barter away some of the confiscations in court and have only a fraction of their assets confiscated.