• place where people gather to buy and sell; store for the sale of food; bazaar; fair; demand for goods or services (economics); rate of purchase and sale (economics)
• sell; buy at a market; sell in a market; trade or deal at a market; develop a strategy for the sales of a certain product
• a market is a place, usually in the open air, where people sell various goods such as household items, food, animals, and so on.
• the market for a product is the number of people who want to buy it, or the area in the world where it is sold.
• the market is also used to refer to the amount of a product sold in a particular country over a particular period of time.
• the stock market is sometimes referred to as the market.
• market is used to describe an economic situation in which the price of something is decided by how much there is of it, and how many people want to buy it.
• the market for jobs is the number of people looking for work, and the number of jobs available.
• to market a product means to organize its sale, for example, by deciding on its price, the shops and areas it should be supplied to, and how it should be advertised.
• see also marketing, black market.
• if something is on the market, it is available for people to buy.
• if something is on the open market, is it freely available for people to buy.
• if a person or an organization is in the market for something, they are interested in buying it.
• day on which commercial trading takes place
• capitalism, free economy in which most of the economic activity is generated by private businesses rather than by the government
• in a market economy the price of a particular type of thing is decided by how much of it there is and how many people want to buy it.
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