It sounds like they're being robbed at gunpoint...
They could, in principle, be talking about food distribution (perhaps after a natural disaster). It's still not a pleasant situation, but at least it's not a crime...
Sounds like "trarere"
Lmfao we getting robbed
What is the difference between tradere and trade?
Is tradere one-sided?
From a quick search, yes, tradere (hand over, surrender, give up, deliver, etc.) seems to be more one-sided and not the same 'give and receive' the English word 'trade' would imply.
Tradeo is actually cognate to English "to betray" rather than "to trade," which comes from Middle Low German and is cognate to English "to tread."
"...or else" is the impression I'm getting here