Market synonyms

mär'kĭt
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Buying and selling; bargaining
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(Slang) A location or circumstance, such as an audition, where people are viewed as commodities.
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Stock market
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A place devoted to sale
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A market where farmers and growers sell produce directly to the public.
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A large, self-service, retail food store or market, often one of a chain
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A place devoted to sale
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A place devoted to sale
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A place devoted to sale
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A place devoted to sale
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A bazaar, usually outdoors, dealing mainly in cheap, secondhand goods
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An event consisting of a usually competitive exhibition of livestock, handicrafts, garden produce, etc. plus amusement facilities and educational displays
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A place devoted to sale
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A large shop containing many different departments each of which deals in different goods or services.
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A shop or a part of a store in which miscellaneous articles are sold.
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A small compartment:
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A small, partially enclosed compartment with a table and seats, as in some restaurants
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A building where wares, or goods, are stored, as before distribution to retailers, or are kept in reserve, in bond, etc.
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Something involving one personally:
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Ready-to-serve foods such as cheeses, cold cooked meats, and salads.
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An association whose members meet together for the business of buying and selling stocks and bonds according to regulations
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The act or an instance of exchanging:
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The stock exchange of Paris or of any of certain other European cities
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An informal association of criminals controlling a network of vice, gambling, etc.
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(Economics) an economic model of price determination in a market.
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A continuous length or extent of something:
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A historic market district of Venice, Italy, located close to the Grand Canal and to the 16th-century Rialto Bridge.
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To sell goods
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An open area or square in a town where a public market or sale is set up.
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Alternative form of marketplace.
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A place where trading of goods takes place.
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A place devoted to sale
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(US) A store selling inexpensive items.
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(US) A shop where many small and inexpensive items can be bought.
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A store where many sorts of merchandise are sold, but not in separate departments
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Stock market
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A great amount or number; abundance
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A store where groceries can be purchased.
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(US) shopping center
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A place devoted to sale
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A large store with a wide variety of things for sale
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A selling of property to the highest bidder; an auction.
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To give (goods or services) in return for other goods or services; trade
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To provide public information about (a product, service etc.) in order to attract public awareness and increase sales. [from 19th c.]
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To carry from place to place and offer for sale
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To cut to a square or rectangular shape. Often used with off.
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In wholesale amounts or at wholesale prices
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To do business; trade:
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To deal with or have responsibility for; conduct:
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To buy and sell (goods).
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To carry on trade in; deal in
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In retail quantities.
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To buy and sell (stocks, for example).
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The food and supplies sold by a grocer
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a marketplace where groceries are sold
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the securities markets in the aggregate
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To engage in or make use of mainly for profit, esp. at a sacrifice of other values
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A trademark for a Japanese stock-market index composed of 225 actively traded, large cap stocks on the Tokyo Stock Exchange weighted by share price. This index is often referred to as the Nikkei 225.
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(British) Alternative spelling of commercialize.
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Stock market
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