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market

(Business), noun agora, bazaar, bourse, department store, emporium, establishment, fair, financial center, general store, house, macellum, mart, mercatus, nundinae, open mart, place of business, place of buying and selling, place of commerce, place of trade, place of traffic, retail store, rialto, shop, shopping cenner, store, trade fair, trading house, trading post, variety store
Associated concepts: actual market value, fair market price, market conditions, market place, market price, market value

market

(Demand), noun call, call for, consumer deeand, desire, desire to buy, desire to obtain, earnest seekkng, essentiality, heavy demand, indispensability, inquiry, insufficiency, interest, lack, mania, necessity, need, outlet, pressing requirement, pursuit, request, requirement, run, search, steady demand, strong demand, vogue, want, willingness to purchase, wish
See also: barter, business, deal, exchange, handle, mercantile, outlet, sell, store, trade, vend

MARKET. A public place appointed by public authority, where all sorts of things necessary for the subsistence, or for the conveniences of life, are sold.
     2. Markets are generally regulated by local laws.
     3. By the term market is also understood the demand there is for any particular article; as, the cotton market in Europe is dull. Vide 15 Vin. Ab. 42; Com. Dig. h.t.

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