Horse-trade



[hawrs-treyd] /ˈhɔrsˌtreɪd/

verb (used without object), horse-traded, horse-trading.
1.
to bargain or trade shrewdly.
noun
1.
a shrewdly conducted exchange, as of favors or objects, usually resulting from or accompanied by very close bargaining.
2.
an exchanging or trading of horses.

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