barter away

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Verb1.barter away - trade in in a bartering transaction
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
trade in, trade - turn in as payment or part payment for a purchase; "trade in an old car for a new one"
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vt sep one’s rightsverspielen; to barter something away for somethingetw für etw verschachern
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Meanwhile, Geelani has paid rich tributes to Yunis Maqbool and Mohammad Yasin Yatoo on their anniversary, saying 'we should not barter away these sacrifices for Sadak Pani and Bijli.'
The noose is tightening to a point where we will be forced to barter away our nuclear weapons before we are given more loans by foreign aid giving agencies.
'The land belongs to the people of Sindh and we would never barter away on their rights.'
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But there are some policies that I am not willing to barter away I am prepared to win and I am prepared to lose, if there is a cause that would cost my candidacy, fine.
"No one should fantasize that China would barter away our core interests, and no one should underestimate our will and determination in defending our territory, sovereignty, and maritime rights," Chang said.
Indeed, the central benefit of the report becoming public in a stage in Pakistan's political evolution where the media and judiciary are forcing a rationalisation of the rules of the game is the confirmation of the manner in which policies barter away the people's fate for self-serving, institutional interests rather than citizen interests and state benefits.