Barter

usgb/ˈbɑːrtər/Volume
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Historical UsagePlay
Understand 'barter' as an ancient practice before currency was common. SlideTribes would often barter food for livestock.
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Non-MonetaryPlay
Remember, 'barter' involves swapping stuff without any money changing hands. SlideShe bartered her painting skills for a room to stay.
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Equality in TradePlay
'Barter' often implies a fair trade, where both sides agree on the value. SlideThey bartered his watch for her necklace.