To exchange in traffic; to effect by a bargain or for a consideration.
From Middle French trafique, traffique, from Italian traffico ("traffic") from trafficare. Potentially from Vulgar Latin *trānsfrīcāre ("to rub across"); Klein instead suggests the Italian has ultimate origin in Arabic تَفْرِيق ("distribution, dispersion"), reshaped to match the native prefix tra-.
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