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flea market

n.
A market, usually held outdoors, where antiques, used household goods, and curios are sold.

[Translation of French marché aux puces, market with fleas.]

flea market

n
(Commerce) an open-air market selling cheap and often second-hand goods

flea′ mar`ket


n.
a market where used articles are sold.
[1920–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.flea market - an open-air street market for inexpensive or secondhand articles
market square, open-air market, open-air marketplace - a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
Translations
سوق السِّلَع الرَّخيصَهسُوْقٌ لِلسِلَعِ الرَّخِيصَة
битпазар
bleší trh
loppemarked
kirpputori
buvljak
bolhapiaczsibvásárócskapiac
ノミの市
벼룩시장
loppmarknad
ตลาดขายของที่ใช้แล้ว
chợ đồ cũ

flea market

nmercato delle pulci

flea

(fliː) noun
a type of small blood-sucking insect that jumps instead of flying and lives on the bodies of animals or people.
ˈflea market noun
an open-air market that sells cheap, old or used articles.

flea market

سُوْقٌ لِلسِلَعِ الرَّخِيصَة bleší trh loppemarked Flohmarkt γιουσουρούμ mercadillo, mercado kirpputori marché aux puces buvljak mercato delle pulci ノミの市 벼룩시장 vlooienmarkt loppemarked pchli targ feira da ladra, mercado das pulgas блошиный рынок loppmarknad ตลาดขายของที่ใช้แล้ว bit pazarı chợ đồ cũ 跳骚市场
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Executive director Jo Ann Gordon calls the Canton Flea Market the "grand dame" of flea markets in Mississippi.
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This license requirement does not apply to open-air flea markets conducted out of doors.
Since we didn't have a lot of money, we found everything you see, except our piano, at flea markets and garage sales.
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