Definition of 'rough trade'
Example sentences containing 'rough trade'
YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
They said there was a persistent rumour that Mary was actually a part-time prostitute, specializing in really rough trade.STAGE FRIGHT (2002)
Many cast a jaundiced eye in his direction as they saw him hustling along a young woman who was clearly remarkably rough trade.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2002)
RANDOM ACTS OF SENSELESS VIOLENCE (2002)
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Definition of rough trade from the Collins English Dictionary
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