Definition of 'market'
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We drove over a quiet lagoon, past a deserted market, through silent streets to my house. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)From where Stephanie stood, the stadium seemed to hover above the market like some enormous flying saucer. CHAMELEON (2002)Then a big corporation decided to increase their share in the local market. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
New production lines were installed to produce a different range of drugs for the western European market. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'market'
British English: market /ˈmɑːkɪt/ NOUN
A market is a place where goods are bought and sold, usually in the open air.
He sold boots on a market stall.
- American English: market
- Arabic: سُوقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mercado
- Chinese: 市场
- Croatian: tržnica
- Czech: trh
- Danish: marked
- Dutch: markt
- European Spanish: mercado
- Finnish: markkinat tori- tai katukauppa
- French: marché
- German: Markt
- Greek: αγορά
- Italian: mercato
- Japanese: 市場
- Korean: 시장
- Norwegian: marked
- Polish: rynek targowisko
- European Portuguese: mercado
- Romanian: piață
- Russian: рынок
- Spanish: mercado
- Swedish: marknad
- Thai: ตลาด
- Turkish: pazar piyasa
- Ukrainian: ринок
- Vietnamese: chợ
Definition of market from the Collins English Dictionary
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