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"market price" in British English

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market pricenoun [S]

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a ​price that is ​likely to be ​paid for something: They're ​asking £400,000 for ​theirhouse, but the ​marketprice is ​nearer £350,000.
(Definition of market price from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"market price" in Business English

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market pricenoun [C]

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(also market value) COMMERCE the ​price that something could be ​sold for at a particular ​time: Fair Trade ​demands that ​buyers of the coffee it ​certifiespayhigher than the ​marketprice. Despite the ​realestateslump, the building's ​marketprice was ​double what it ​sold for three ​years ago.
FINANCE the ​price of something on a ​financialmarket at a particular ​time: The ​marketpricejumped 17p to 847p.
(Definition of market price from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “market price”
in Chinese (Simplified) 市场价格,市价,时价…
in Chinese (Traditional) 市場價格,市價,時價…
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