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trade–in

noun \ˈtrād-ˌin\

: something (such as a used car) that you sell to a business as part of your payment for something new

Full Definition of TRADE-IN

:  an item of merchandise (as an automobile or refrigerator) taken as payment or part payment for a purchase

First Known Use of TRADE-IN

1917

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