barter with

barter with

To swap or trade items with another person, rather than exchanging money. I bartered with some guy at the flea market for a futon, so now I have a place to sleep, at least. I don't have any cash right now—will you barter with me?
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barter with someone

to enter into trading with someone without using money; to bargain with someone. Are you willing to barter with me, or is this strictly a cash transaction?
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Also, if I barter with you one hundred pounds of oil that I have here for the same amount or more of oil that you give me in Lisbon, it is not necessary that I give them to you at the same time as you have them there.
"As with any business decision, a company that goes into barter with its eyes closed can get burnt," warns David Foubister, managing director of FareXchange, a smaller Scottish-based network focusing on the leisure sector.