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French translation of “market”

market

noun /ˈmaːkit/
a public place where people meet to buy and sell or the public event at which this happens
marché
He has a clothes stall in the market.
(a place where there is) a demand for certain things
marché
There is a market for cotton goods in hot countries.
marketable adjective wanted by the public and therefore able to be sold
vendable
a marketable product.
marketing noun (the study of) the processes by which anything may be sold
marketing
He is in charge of marketing (also adjective) marketing methods.
market-garden noun a garden where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale.
jardin maraîcher
marketplace noun ( marketsquare) the open space or square in a town in which a market is held.
(place du) marché
market price/value the price at which a thing is being sold at a particular time
prix du marché; valeur marchande
What’s the current market price of gold?
market research investigation of the habits and preferences of the public in choosing what goods to buy
étude de marché
She does market research for a cosmetics firm.
be on the market to be for sale
être en vente
Her house has been on the market for months.
(Definition of market from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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