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I UK [ˈmɑː(r)kɪt] / US [ˈmɑrkət] noun
Word forms "market":
singular market plural markets
1) [countable] a public building or place where people sell goods on tables called stalls

a flower/fish/antiques market

a street/indoor/covered market

a market trader

2) [singular] economics trade in goods of a particular kind

the property/securities/computer market

market in:

Changes in the weather affect the market in fruit and vegetables.

a share of the market:

We're hoping to increase our share of the market.

a buyer's/seller's market (= economic conditions that give the person buying/selling an advantage):

It's certainly a buyer's market in the car industry at the moment.

3) [countable] economics a particular place or group of people that a product is sold to

overseas markets

Hong Kong is the main market for our shellfish.

4) [singular] the total number of people willing to buy a particular product
market for:

There will be a huge market for our digital systems.

5) [countable] economics the stock market

Trading has been slow on the New York and Tokyo markets this morning.

6) [singular] economics the economic system in which prices, salaries, and the supply of goods are controlled by what and how much people buy

Governments are happy to let the market decide.

play I, price II

II UK [ˈmɑː(r)kɪt] / US [ˈmɑrkət] verb [transitive]
Word forms "market":
present tense I/you/we/they market he/she/it markets present participle marketing past tense marketed past participle marketed
to use advertising and other methods to persuade people to buy something

The product has been marketed in a very clever way.

English dictionary. 2014.

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