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marketable

adjective
 
 
/ˈmɑːkɪtəbl/
MARKETING marketable products are easy to sell because a lot of people want them: marketable commodities/goods/products The grants are available for inventors who want to turn their ideas into marketable products.highly/more/most marketable Some fear that putting the more marketable stores up for sale would only compound the group's difficulties.
HR marketable skills are useful ones that make an employer want to give you a job: For those with marketable skills, the jobs are still there.highly/more/most marketable His leadership skills are probably his most marketable asset.
MARKETING ready and available for sale: The company says a marketable product is at least three years down the road.
STOCK MARKET used to describe shares, etc. that can be bought or sold by investors: marketable bonds/equities/investments →  See also marketable security
Translations of “marketable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有銷路的,暢銷的…
in Russian востребованный…
in Turkish satılabilir, pazarlanabilir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有销路的,适销对路的…
in Polish poszukiwany…
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