Crossword clues for trade-in
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
trade-in \trade-in\ n. 1. an item of property, such as an automobile, that is given in part payment for a new one.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. 1 property used as part payment for a new purchase 2 a transaction including such payment
n. an item of property that is given in part payment for a new one
Usage examples of "trade-in".
There were better deals, involving time-shares and trade-ins, and leasebacks, all of which could be explained by the sales reps who were standing nearby ready to do business.
The opulently upholstered settees and armchairs and bar-stools, dark green leather with gold piping, would have cost another fortune, even the trade-in value of the beaten copper tables scattered carelessly about the carpet would have fed a family of five for a year.
Prior to her capture and trade-in by the clan M'CalI, she had saved Steve's life, and he had made up his mind to rescue her along with Cadillac and Clearwater -just as he had vowed to get even with Gus White.
I do remember that he wrote her sticker price was just a tad under $3000, but he jewed em down , as he put it, to $2100 with the trade-in.