Crossword clues for marketplace
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
marketplace \marketplace\ n.
The commercial activity whereby good and services are exchanged; as, without competition there would be no market.
The mechanism by which one finds a person to whom to sell or from whom to buy goods; the opportunity to buy and sell; a market; as, to put one's goods on the market.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
alt. 1 An open area in a town housing a public market. 2 The space, actual or metaphorical, in which a market operates. 3 (context by extension English) The world of commerce and trade. n. 1 An open area in a town housing a public market. 2 The space, actual or metaphorical, in which a market operates. 3 (context by extension English) The world of commerce and trade.
Marketplace is a radio program that focuses on business, the economy, and events that influence them. Hosted by Kai Ryssdal, the show is produced and distributed by American Public Media, in association with the University of Southern California. Marketplace is produced in Los Angeles with bureaus in New York, Washington, D.C., Portland, Baltimore, London, and Shanghai. It won a Peabody Award in 2000.
Marketplace is an award-winning Canadian television series, broadcast on CBC Television. The series is a consumer advocacy newsmagazine, which airs investigative reports on issues such as product testing, health and safety, fraudulent business practices and other news issues of interest to product and service consumers. The program is in its 43rd season, which began in October 2015.
A marketplace is the space in which a market operates.
Marketplace may also refer to:
Marketplace is an RTÉ Television current affairs programme noted for its in-depth analysis of political, business and financial matters.
It was first broadcast on 3 October 1987 and was presented at various times by Patrick Kinsella, Gavin Duffy, Gary Agnew, Miriam O'Callaghan, Ingrid Miley and George Lee. Marketplace was broadcast for the last time on 3 April 1996.
Usage examples of "marketplace".
As she got her bearings, they passed through an open metal gate at the end of the avenue of lights and into a wide open space like an empty marketplace or an arena for some game or sport.
As he spoke, two bolts of force, white teardrops with wavering trails of light, raced across the marketplace like tiny falling stars to strike Stormcloak.
They were too confident, too eager to be interested in the sort of rag-trade, used goods, and craftwork ostensibly being sold in this marketplace.
Aware that crime and disease would both be on the increase, Pompey devoted some of his splendid organizational talents to diminishing crime and disease by hiring ex-gladiators to police the alleys and byways of the city, by making the College of Lictors keep an eye on the shysters and tricksters who frequented the Forum Romanum and other major marketplaces, by enlarging the swimming holes of the Trigarium, and plastering vacant walls with warning notices about good drinking water, urinating and defaecating anywhere but in the public latrines, clean hands and bad food.
In fact, the commercial character of Christmas helped to make the holiday national: in a country characterized by geographical regionalism and religious denominationalism, the marketplace was one place where diverse people could come together.
In the center of the marketplace was a platform where an ensemble of musicians played rollicking airs on horns, doodlesacks, fipple-flut.
He reminded Jesse of an old Jew in the Milan marketplace, a mountain of a man in a black Astrakhan coat, with flowing earlocks and beard, who moved slowly or not at all, depending on the weather.
On a certain day in that same spring, when it was nearing Eastertide, King Olaf was passing down the street, when by the marketplace a man met him, and offered to sell him some very fine spring vegetables.
It was rather exciting to him, since he had never been allowed to explore the marketplaces in Thendara, and he was disappointed when Herm said it was time to go back to the inn.
The Jugged Hare, her attention was drawn by the faint sound of bells and a heady fragrance of incense, both wafting from a small striped tent in a far corner of the marketplace.
The tawdry procession re-formed and weaved off through the gate down the common line of the Via Latina and the Via Appia, with half the people from the marketplace following and cheering.
The marketplace seemed as big as all of Moonglow, with hundreds of customers wandering the crowded streets.
Because she was first in the local marketplace and her products were exceptional, she now owns the market as far as her product line is concerned.
Do you constantly review competitive products in order to stay ahead in the marketplace?
Theron said, and began leading Soja to the marketplace where he was sure Mitsos would be.