Please consider this clause:
a trade behemoth that shipped abroad $800 billion worth of goods
According to Longman dictionary, "behemoth" is a noun that means something very large. Additionally, the word "trade" as a noun is defined as a type of business or a particular job. The quoted clause I referred to is the example that Longman provides to illustrate the usage of the word "behemoth".
Nevertheless, it only baffled me. I failed to understand this example, because I don't know how I'm supposed to interpret the meaning of two nouns ("trade" and "behemoth") when they come consecutively. So, could you please explain the meaning of the phrase "trade behemoth" in this context?