trade show

noun
Updated on: 12 Nov 2017

Definition of trade show

:a large exposition to promote awareness and sales of especially new products within an industry
  • a computer trade show

Examples of trade show in a Sentence

  1. The company unveiled a new product at the annual trade show this week.

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First Known Use of trade show

1895


TRADE SHOW Defined for English Language Learners

trade show

noun

Definition of trade show for English Language Learners

  • : a large gathering in which different companies in a particular field or industry show their products to possible customers


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