[fair-spoh-kuh n] /ˈfɛərˈspoʊ kən/
speaking or spoken in a courteous, civil, or plausible manner; smooth-spoken.
civil, courteous, or elegant in speech
noun, Baseball. 1. the area beginning with and including home plate and extending between and including foul lines into which a batter must bat the ball as a prerequisite for a safe hit.
[fair-treyd] /ˈfɛərˈtreɪd/ (formerly) verb (used with object), fair-traded, fair-trading. 1. to sell (a commodity) under a . verb (used without object), fair-traded, fair-trading. 2. to sell a commodity under a . adjective 3. subject to or resulting from a : fair-trade items; fair-trade prices. noun 1. trade carried on under a fair-trade agreement. noun 1.
- Fair-trade agreement
noun 1. an agreement or contract between a manufacturer and a retailer to sell a branded or trademarked product at no less than a specific price: legally prohibited after 1975.
- Fair-trade law
noun 1. a state or federal law authorizing fair-trade agreements: repealed 1975.