barter barter  /ˈbɑr tər/


  1. (v) exchange goods without involving money
  2. (n) an equal exchange


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  1. Barter supposedly is a primitive form of commercial exchange that became outmoded centuries ago with the appearance of money.
  2. This isn't an ordinary party--it's a pharming party, a get-together arranged while parents are out so the kids can barter for their favorite prescription drugs.
  3. It's not merely barter or primitive means of exchange like seashells or beads.


  1. Barter Theatre celebrates 80 years

    Barter Theatre hosted a birthday party Monday evening to commemorate its 80 year anniversary.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WCYB 5 Tri-Cities

  2. Barter Theatre has 80th birthday

    The Barter Theatre building, dating to the early 1830s, began life as a church but has also been used as a town hall, a jail and an opera house. It became the Barter Theatre when it was approximately a century old.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Bristol Herald Courier

  3. Barter Rewards Offers New Mobile App “Barter News” Lists Bush Video as the Most Viewed in Barter Industry History

    How inspired content and innovative strategies have created a dynamic marketing campaign. Deep Rich Data continues to help Florida based Barter Rewards. (PRWeb June 10, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 10, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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  1. "The idea that the British government and the Libyan government would sit down and somehow barter over the freedom or the life of this Libyan prisoner and make it form some part of some business deal . . . it's not only wrong, it's completely...
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Peter Mandelson Source: Wall Street Journal

  2. "In the last down economy, we saw the barter category rise," Mr. Buckmaster said. "It's especially good for people out of work or having trouble making ends meet."
    on Jun 15, 2008 By: Jim Buckmaster Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "Whether activity is legal, illegal or paid for by cash, cheque or barter, the tax law requires the supplier to declare income," said Beck. "The act of offering a discount for cash is not illegal, what is illegal is not declaring the income...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Beck Source: Journal of Commerce

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