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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trade.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Professional; practiced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Versed; practised; experienced.
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The calls traded as high as $1.09 early in the session and as low as 66 cents later on.
Finally, I recognized another one of them: Phil Esposito who had been traded from the Boston Bruins to this team.
Nothing illustrates that more than Benoit Pouliot, who was recently traded from the Minnesota Wild to the Montreal Canadiens.
On Wednesday, News Corp. and Cablevision again traded barbs, this time over a public offer Cablevision made to pay the same rate for Fox as a rival cable operator.
A four-time all-pro selection, Moss on Oct. 6 was traded from the New England Patriots to the Vikings, who originally drafted Moss.
When former Jail Blazer Zach Randolph was recently traded from the terrible Clippers to the even worse Grizzlies, we marveled that he got in and out of L.A. without running into trouble with the law.
But he did resume his favorite pastime — needling Randy Moss, who was traded from the Patriots on Wednesday.
They chanted for McNabb, who moments before had received the game ball from Coach Mike Shanahan, to say a few words after the Redskins '17-12 victory in his first game here since he was traded from the Eagles.
Instead, Moss was traded from the Raiders to the Patriots.
Behind, however, the race for fourth was animated, as Miller and Kathy Sherwin traded places and fought for advantage.