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market

noun [C] (BUYING AND SELLING) 买和卖     /ˈmɑː.kɪt/ US  /ˈmɑːr-/
the people who might want to buy something, or a part of the world where something is sold 买方;市场 Are you sure there's a market for the product? 你肯定这种产品有市场吗? We estimate the potential market for the new phones to be around one million people in this country alone. 我们预计,仅在这个国家新型电话的潜在市场就有100万人左右。 The domestic market is still depressed, but demand abroad is picking up. 国内市场依旧低迷,但国外需求正逐步增加。 They've increased their share of the market by 10% over the past year. 过去一年他们的市场份额增加了10%。 People who buy thingsTraders, merchants and entrepreneurs
the business or trade in a particular product, including financial products (金融等特定产品的)买卖,市场 the coffee market 咖啡市场 the economic market 经济市场 the commodities market 商品市场 the stock market 股票市场 the job market 就业市场 the housing market 房产市场 Business and commerce - general words
in the market for sth
interested in buying something 想购买 Thanks for the offer, but I'm not in the market for another car at the moment. 谢谢优惠,但目前我无意再买一辆汽车。 Excited, interested and enthusiastic
on the market
available for sale 有供应,在出售,上市 We put our house on the market as soon as house prices started to rise. 房价一涨,我们就卖房子。 This is one of the best televisions on the market. 这是市场上最好的电视机之一。 The pictures would sell for half a million on the open market (= if offered for sale without a fixed price). 这些画在公开市场上可卖到50万。 Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting property
(Definition of market noun (BUYING AND SELLING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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