troak

verb /trəʊk,troʊk/
to barter or trade, especially outside a government monopoly
Syn: barter, swap, swop, trade

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  • troak — obs. f. truck …   Useful english dictionary

  • Troak — Recorded as Troak, Troake, and Troke, this is an English surname. It is a good example of how the changing dialects over the centuries have created their own variants of surnames. The original derivation is from the Old French word trique , a… …   Surnames reference

  • Troake — Recorded as Troak, Troake, and Troke, this is an English surname. It is a good example of how the changing dialects over the centuries have created their own variants of surnames. The original derivation is from the Old French word trique , a… …   Surnames reference

  • Troke — Recorded as Troak, Troake, and Troke, this is an English surname It is a good example of how the changing dialects over the centuries have created their own variants of surnames. The original derivation is from the Old French word trique , a… …   Surnames reference

  • retroaction — [re΄trōak′shən] n. [ RETRO + ACTION] 1. opposed, reverse, or reciprocal action; reaction 2. [ RETROACT + ION] effect, as of a law, on things done prior to its enactment or effectuation …   English World dictionary

  • retroactive — [re΄trōak′tiv] adj. [Fr rétroactif: see RETROACT & IVE] 1. having application to or effect on things done prior to its enactment [a retroactive law] 2. going into effect as of a specified date in the past [a retroactive increase] retroactively… …   English World dictionary

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