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Markt vs. Market

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Marktverb

(obsolete) mark

Marketnoun

City square or other fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise.

Marketnoun

An organised, often periodic, trading event at such site.

‘The privilege to hold a weekly market was invaluable for any feudal era burgh.’;

Marketnoun

Flea market

Marketnoun

A group of potential customers for one's product.

‘We believe that the market for the new widget is the older homeowner.’;

Marketnoun

A geographical area where a certain commercial demand exists.

‘Foreign markets were lost as our currency rose versus their valuta.’;

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Marketnoun

A formally organized, sometimes monopolistic, system of trading in specified goods or effects.

‘The stock market ceased to be monopolized by the paper-shuffling national stock exchanges with the advent of Internet markets.’;

Marketnoun

The sum total traded in a process of individuals trading for certain commodities.

Marketnoun

(obsolete) The price for which a thing is sold in a market; hence, value; worth.

Marketverb

(transitive) To make (products or services) available for sale and promote them.

‘We plan to market an ecology model by next quarter.’;

Marketverb

(transitive) To sell

‘''We marketed more this quarter already then all last year!’;

Marketverb

(intransitive) To deal in a market; to buy or sell; to make bargains for provisions or goods.

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Marketnoun

A meeting together of people, at a stated time and place, for the purpose of buying and selling (as cattle, provisions, wares, etc.) by private purchase and sale, and not by auction; as, a market is held in the town every week; a farmers' market.

‘He is wit's peddler; and retails his waresAt wakes, and wassails, meetings, markets, fairs.’; ‘Three women and a goose make a market.’;

Marketnoun

A public place (as an open space in a town) or a large building, where a market is held; a market place or market house; esp., a place where provisions are sold.

‘There is at Jerusalem by the sheep market a pool.’;

Marketnoun

An opportunity for selling or buying anything; demand, as shown by price offered or obtainable; as, to find a market for one's wares; there is no market for woolen cloths in that region; India is a market for English goods; there are none for sale on the market; the best price on the market.

‘There is a third thing to be considered: how a market can be created for produce, or how production can be limited to the capacities of the market.’;

Marketnoun

Exchange, or purchase and sale; traffic; as, a dull market; a slow market.

Marketnoun

The price for which a thing is sold in a market; market price. Hence: Value; worth.

‘What is a manIf his chief good and market of his timeBe but to sleep and feed?’;

Marketnoun

The privelege granted to a town of having a public market.

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Marketnoun

A specified group of potential buyers, or a region in which goods may be sold; a town, region, or country, where the demand exists; as, the under-30 market; the New Jersey market.

Marketverb

To deal in a market; to buy or sell; to make bargains for provisions or goods.

Marketverb

To expose for sale in a market; to traffic in; to sell in a market, and in an extended sense, to sell in any manner; as, most of the farmes have marketed their crops.

‘Industrious merchants meet, and market thereThe world's collected wealth.’;

Marketnoun

the world of commercial activity where goods and services are bought and sold;

‘without competition there would be no market’; ‘they were driven from the marketplace’;

Marketnoun

the securities markets in the aggregate;

‘the market always frustrates the small investor’;

Marketnoun

the customers for a particular product or service;

‘before they publish any book they try to determine the size of the market for it’;

Marketnoun

a marketplace where groceries are sold;

‘the grocery store included a meat market’;

Marketverb

engage in the commercial promotion, sale, or distribution of;

‘The company is marketing its new line of beauty products’;

Marketverb

buy household supplies;

‘We go marketing every Saturday’;

Marketverb

deal in a market

Marketverb

make commercial;

‘Some Amish people have commercialized their way of life’;

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