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trade-in in Trade topic

trade-inˈtrade-in noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š American EnglishBBTSELL a used car, piece of equipment etc that you give to a seller of a new one that you are buying as part of the payment syn part exchange British English πŸ”Š Are you going to give your Ford as a trade-in?trade-in price/value πŸ”Š The trade-in value is roughly $3,000.
Examples from the Corpus
trade-inβ€’ Your old computer isn't going to be worth much as a trade-in.β€’ You negotiate the price of the model you want and pay a deposit either by cash or as a trade-in.β€’ Next came mortgage buy-downs, trade-ins of existing homes and extra landscaping.β€’ Nothing unusual in that, except that his trade-in was an S-class Merc.trade-in price/valueβ€’ This may be the trade-in price of your existing car which means you won't have to dip into your savings.β€’ Sellers may negotiate price, credit terms, delivery times, trade-in values and other aspects of the commercial transaction.