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  1. Traded

    of Trade

  2. Tradedadjective

    professional; practiced

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of traded in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of traded in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of traded in a Sentence

  1. Stuart Rose:

    I've traded with European Union all my life, if I was to say' European Union's all bloody wonderful, they're all lovely, they all love us, there's no bureaucracy, there's no gerrymandering... that would be complete rubbish. European Union has a strange DNA and European Union works.

  2. Victor Thianpiriya:

    The exchange-traded funds have come off in the past few days, which is counter to the way the price has been performing. It is potentially profit-taking with prices at a three-month high.

  3. Howard Katz:

    The Green Bay Packers are still the The Green Bay Packers, with or without Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’re a great team and a great brand. We started to think about some of the permutations of the schedule. Ultimately, when he did n’t get traded, we could n’t solve for something we did n’t know.

  4. Jaime Harrison:

    Here's a guy who will say anything to stay in office, lindsey Graham can't lead us in any direction because Lindsey Graham traded Lindsey Graham moral compass for petty political gain.

  5. James McDonald:

    The CFTC is devoted to ensuring price transparency and competition in all markets, whether electronically traded futures contracts or voice-brokered swaps.

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