Restriction Of Trade

Restriction Of Trade,

Restriction Of Trade:

  1. From the perspective of labor and commercial law, it relates to unfair / illegal restrictions on a person's right to earn a living or to pursue a legal profession.

Literal Meanings of Restriction Of Trade


Meanings of Restriction:
  1. A limited condition or measure, especially a law.

Sentences of Restriction
  1. Planning barriers to business growth

Synonyms of Restriction

cutback, curtailment, diminution, limitation, scaling down, cut, reduction


Meanings of Of:
  1. It shows the relationship between the part and the whole.

  2. Indicates the relationship between scale or size and value.

  3. Refers to the relationship between two organizations, usually the organization of the association.

  4. It shows the relationship between the address and the reference point.

  5. It represents the relationship between a general type or type and something special belonging to that category.

  6. After a noun that comes from or is related to a verb.

  7. Identify the component or substance that makes the difference.

  8. Express the hour for the next hour.

Sentences of Of
  1. 5% increase

  2. North of Chicago

  3. Nice to meet you

  4. In New York, only a quarter to three

Synonyms of Of

of, in, by, made by, done by, caused by, from, carried out by


Meanings of Trade:
  1. Buy and sell goods and services.

  2. Exchange of something (something), usually in the form of a business transaction.

  3. Buying and selling of goods and services.

  4. Special work, usually a job that requires manual skills and special training.

  5. Commercial winds

Sentences of Trade
  1. Trade intermediaries for luxury goods

  2. Replace clay shark liver for fish oil

  3. A move to ban all trade in ivory

  4. Build basic business principles

  5. Jobs in the Northeast

Synonyms of Trade

commerce, profession, replace, switch, buying and selling, marketing, line of business, craft, pursuit, merchandising, bargaining, job, business, traffic, province, vocation, livelihood, career, dealing, barter, occupation, line of work