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commodity
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
commodity /kə'mɔditi/
  • danh từ, (thường) số nhiều
    • hàng hoá; loại hàng, mặt hàng
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) tiện nghi
Concise Dictionary
commoditieskə'mɒdətɪ
noun
+articles of commerce
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun (plural commodities)
1 (economics) a product or a raw material that can be bought and sold, especially between countries: rice, flour and other basic commodities + a drop in commodity prices + Crude oil is the world's most important commodity.
2 a thing that is useful or has a useful quality: Water is a precious commodity that is often taken for granted in the West.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 product/raw material

ADJ.

basic, important, primary | cheap | expensive | rare, scarce
Coal is becoming a rare commodity.
| export, marketable, saleable | perishable | agricultural, industrial
basic agricultural commodities

VERB + COMMODITY

produce

COMMODITY + NOUN

market | futures, prices | export, trade, trading | broker, trader

PHRASES

trade in commodities

2 sth that is useful

ADJ.

precious, valuable
Time is a very valuable commodity.
| rare, scarce



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