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Pronunciation of Marketed: Learn how to pronounce Marketed in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word market:

noun
1a regular gathering of people for the purchase and sale of provisions, livestock, and other commodities:
they wanted to browse around the street market
an open space or covered building where vendors convene to sell their goods:
[in place names]:
Billingsgate Market
2an area or arena in which commercial dealings are conducted:
the UK market remained in recession
the labour market
a demand for a particular commodity or service:
there is a market for high-priced wine
the state of trade at a particular time or in a particular context:
the bottom’s fallen out of the market
the free market:
future development cannot be left to the market
[as modifier]:
a market economy
a stock market:
the sale of the company’s shares on world markets
verb (markets, marketing, marketed)
[with object]
advertise or promote (something):
the product was marketed under the name ‘aspirin’
offer for sale:
sheep farmers are still unable to market their lambs
[no object] US go shopping for provisions:
then I have to go uptown and market
Phrases

be in the market for
wish to buy:
she’s in the market for a new laptop
make a market
Finance take part in active dealing in particular shares or other assets:
the illiquidity of gamma stocks means that it is difficult to make a market in them
on the market
available for sale:
she decided to put her flat on the market
Derivatives

marketer
noun
Origin:

Middle English, via Anglo-Norman French from Latin mercatus, from mercari ‘buy’ (see also merchant)