take sth out in trade meaning

[American slang]
Fig. to accept someone's goods or services in payment of a bill.
  The grocer told the plumber that he would pay the plumber by allowing him to take his bill out in trade.
  I don't have any cash right now. Can you take what I owe you out in trade?

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