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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A public gathering held for buying and selling merchandise.
- noun: A place where goods are offered for sale.
- noun: A store or shop that sells a particular type of merchandise: a vegetable market.
- noun: The business of buying and selling a specified commodity: the soybean market.
- noun: A market price.
- noun: A geographic region considered as a place for sales: grain for the foreign market; the West Coast market.
- noun: A subdivision of a population considered as buyers: cosmetics for the upscale market.
- noun: The opportunity to buy or sell; extent of demand for merchandise: a big market for gourmet foods.
- noun: An exchange for buying and selling stocks or commodities: securities sold on the New York market.
- noun: The entire enterprise of buying and selling commodities and securities: The market has been slow recently.
- verb-transitive: To offer for sale.
- verb-transitive: To sell.
- verb-intransitive: To deal in a market.
- verb-intransitive: To buy household supplies: We marketed for a special Sunday dinner.
- idiom: in the market Interested in buying: We are in the market for a used car.
- idiom: on the market Available for buying: Many kinds of seasonal flowers are on the market.
- idiom: on the market Up for sale: They put the family business on the market.
- market for smth ek.paklausa
- come on to the market būti siūlomam parduoti
- to flood the market užversti rinką prekėmis
- sugar has come into the market cukrus (jau) parduodamas
- to put on the market par