trade at

trade at (some place)

To sell or exchange (goods) at some location. A noun or pronoun can be used between "trade" and "at" to indicate what is being sold or exchanged. I've been trading at this market for nearly 20 years. I'm not rich, but I've always earned enough to get by. These figurines you've made are incredible! I'm sure you'd be able to trade them at shops across town.
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trade at

some place to buy and sell at some place; to shop at someplace. Do you trade at that store anymore? We don't trade there because their prices are too high.
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John Jacob Astor to establish an American emporium for the fur trade at the mouth of the Columbia, or Oregon River; of the failure of that enterprise through the capture of Astoria by the British, in 1814; and of the way in which the control of the trade of the Columbia and its dependencies fell into the hands of the Northwest Company.
Highlight the rationale for trade at a consumer level.
Family crises, including deaths, loss of land, and unpaid school fees, have most often propelled women to move from occasional trade at rural markets to more full-time trade in Nairobi.
Unfortunately, free traders have not been making the case for free trade at home.
Beyond all this, it is debatable whether NAFTA will further free trade at all.
A host of announcements by ECNs and brokerage firms allowing retail investors to trade at off-hours has proliferated in recent months.
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