The definition of barter is a system under which goods and services are exchanged instead of currency, or the actual goods or services that are being exchanged.(noun)
To barter is defined as to provide a good or service in exchange for another good and service rather than using or accepting currency.(verb)
An example of barter is your ability to fix plumbing for someone else's ability to fix electrical issues.
See barter in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME bartren < OFr barater, to barter, cheat: see barrator
See barter in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb bar·tered, bar·ter·ing, bar·ters verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English barteren
Origin: , probably from Old French barater; see barrator.
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