Definition of Trade magazine

1. Noun. A magazine published for and read by members of a particular trade group.

Generic synonyms: Mag, Magazine



Definition of Trade magazine

1. Noun. a magazine dedicated to the dissemination of information related to a particular industry ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trade Magazine

trade deficit
trade deficits
trade discount
trade dispute
trade diversion
trade down
trade dress
trade edition
trade embargo
trade expense
trade fair
trade fairs
trade gap
trade goods
trade in
trade magazine (current term)
trade mark
trade marks
trade name
trade name product
trade names
trade newspaper
trade newspapers
trade paperback
trade policy
trade protection
trade rat
trade route
trade school
trade secret

Literary usage of Trade magazine

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1. Natural Gas Industry (1922)
"Liberal trade magazine advertising and excellent saks ability on the part of representatives make a splendid combination, neither one without the other ..."

2. Advertising the Technical Product by Clifford Alexander Sloan, James David Mooney (1920)
"The subscriber reads his technical or trade magazine with a "bread and butter" point of ... The limited field of any particular technical or trade magazine, ..."

3. Power Media Bluebook W/ Talk Show Guest Directory by Mitchell Davis (2005)
"... six years in newspapers, three years in trade magazine publishing Interests: Promotional products industry-related business and marketing news. ..."

4. The Future of German Industrial Exports: Practical Suggestions for by Siegfried Herzog (1918)
"This trade magazine (whose title might for instance be, The Industrial ... The part of the trade magazine to be edited by the scientific federation will ..."

5. The Worlds and I by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1918)
"It was not very long after this that an editor came from Milwaukee to offer me a position on his trade magazine, at what seemed to me a princely salary. ..."

6. Trade Associations: Their Organization and Management by Emmett Hay Naylor (1921)
"One particular association that produces a good trade magazine censors its advertising very strictly for reliability in the same way as do some of the ..."

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