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Fair-trade



[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.

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