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test marketnoun [C]

uk   us   MARKETING
a particular area or group of people chosen for a limited introduction of a new product or service, new advertising campaign, etc. to test how people will react when it becomes available in more places: 70% of consumers in the two test markets gave high satisfaction marks to the products.
the process of introducing a new product or service, new advertising campaign, etc. to a limited group of people or area to test how people will react when it becomes available in more places: The company has continued its growth record with a successful test market in the USA.
test-market
verb [T]
They have sent off information packs to test-market interest.
test-marketing
noun [U]
We have conducted successful test-marketing for the new product.
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