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物々交換, 物物交換, ぶつぶつこうかん

  • butsubutsukōkan

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bartering

Examples of 物々交換,物物交換,ぶつぶつこうかん in a Sentence

The colonists bartered with the natives for fur.
The explorer bartered with the natives for food.
Still others are traders who have always lived by trading and continue to follow their traditional ways.
Barter, however, was a very unsatisfactory system because people's needs seldom matched exactly.
原始社会は、物々交換行われた
In primitive societies barter was used.

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