Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: barter

Tauschgeschäft {n}Neutrum (das)
Baratthandel {m}Maskulinum (der)
Tausch {m}Maskulinum (der) (Tauschhandel)
Handel {m}Maskulinum (der) (Tauschgeschäfte)
Warentausch {m}Maskulinum (der)
Naturaltausch {m}Maskulinum (der)
Tausch {m}Maskulinum (der) von Gütern
Tausch {m}Maskulinum (der) von Naturalien
Tauschgegenstand {m}Maskulinum (der)
Tauschobjekt {n}Neutrum (das)


Bespielsätze

The hand that was famous She grasped in its gore;4 grief was renewed then [46] 55 In homes and houses: ’twas no happy arrangement In both of the quarters to barter and purchase With lives of their friends.
It was a maiden newly-won—and won by the Reverend Mr. Dimmesdale's own sermon, on the Sabbath after his vigil—to barter the transitory pleasures of the world for the heavenly hope that was to assume brighter substance as life grew dark around her, and which would gild the utter gloom with final glory.
she’d live on black bread and water, she would not sell her soul, she would not barter her moral freedom for comfort; she would not barter it for all Schleswig-Holstein, much less Mr. Luzhin’s money.
These articles they barter with us for odoriferous woods and earth, and our salt of wood ashes.
This he did as far as barter and alligation; so that all the time I was there I was entirely employed.
And as different degrees of industry were apt to give men possessions in different proportions, so this invention of money gave them the opportunity to continue and enlarge them: for supposing an island, separate from all possible commerce with the rest of the world, wherein there were but an hundred families, but there were sheep, horses and cows, with other useful animals, wholsome fruits, and land enough for corn for a hundred thousand times as many, but nothing in the island, either because of its commonness, or perishableness, fit to supply the place of money; what reason could any one have there to enlarge his possessions beyond the use of his family, and a plentiful supply to its consumption, either in what their own industry produced, or they could barter for like perishable, useful commodities, with others?
—I meant to say that, let "German depth" be what it will—among ourselves alone we perhaps take the liberty to laugh at it—we shall do well to continue henceforth to honour its appearance and good name, and not barter away too cheaply our old reputation as a people of depth for Prussian "smartness," and Berlin wit and sand.
In political practice, therefore, they join in all coercive measures against the working class; and in ordinary life, despite their high falutin phrases, they stoop to pick up the golden apples dropped from the tree of industry, and to barter truth, love, and honour for traffic in wool, beetroot-sugar, and potato spirits.
Hence the chase became necessary, not merely to provide for his subsistence, but in order to procure the only objects of barter which he could furnish to Europe.
The Indians, who had previously lived in a sort of abundance, then find it difficult to subsist, and still more difficult to procure the articles of barter which they stand in need of.


Weitere Wörter

Deutsch Englisch
Barter-Handel {m} barter trade
Barter-System {n} [ökon.] barter system
Barter-Wirtschaft {f} [ökon.] barter economy
Barter-Geschäft {n} (Transaktion) barter transaction
tauschen (gegen) to barter (for)
fuggern [veraltet] (Tauschhandel betreiben (bes. gegen Lebensmittel) to barter (esp. for food)
Naturalwirtschaft {f} [ökon.] barter economy
Tauschgeschäft {n} barter business
Tauschladen {m} barter store [esp. Am.]
Tauschgeschäft {n} barter