market

market
n
1. marketplace, markethouse, mart, open market, exchange, trading center; shopping center, commercial resort, place of traffic, forum, market town, Hist. staple; fair, exposition, emporium, rialto.
2. grocery, grocery store, food store, food mart, deli-catessan, Inf. dely or deli, Brit. cash and carry, supermarket, Brit. hypermarket; meat market, butchery, butcher shop, butcher, Obs. butcher-row; vegetable or produce stand or mart, fruit and vegetable stand.
3. trade, traffic, sale, commerce, transaction, interchange, commercial enterprise, marketing, nundina-tion; buying and selling, business, mercantry, mercantilism, commercialism, jobbing, brokerage, speculation; Inf. truck, dealing, barter, bargaining, negotiation, swap; hucksterism, haggling, hassling, hustling, chaffer, mongering.
4. demand, call, call for, request, appeal; need, want, desire.
5. price, current price, market price, exchange rate, rate, cost, amount, charge, expense; quotation, estimation, appraisal, appraisement, assessment, valuation; value, worth, monetary worth, equivalent, money's worth, par.
6. in the market for
in need of, wanting, lacking, without; ready or looking or seeking to buy.
7. on the market
for sale, up for sale, available, obtainable, at hand, purchasable, accessible, attainable.
v
8. deal, traffic, trade, transact, exchange, interchange, buy and sell, job, speculate, Inf. truck, nundinate, handle, negotiate; bargain, barter, higgle, haggle, chaffer, Scot. argle-bargle.
9. transport, ship, send, dispatch, convey, freight, post, express, consign, send off; truck, move, cart, run, deliver, haul, carry, bring, transmit.
10. sell, sell off, retail, dispense, dispose of, regrate, auction, furnish, offer, offer for sale, put up for sale, vend, peddle, hawk, hustle; undersell, undercharge, undercut, sell at a loss, unload, dump.

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