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mar·ket·a·ble

 (mär′kĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Fit to be offered for sale, as in a market: marketable produce.
2. In demand by buyers or employers; salable: marketable goods; marketable skills.

mar′ket·a·bil′i·ty n.

marketable

(ˈmɑːkɪtəbəl)
adj
1. (Commerce) (of commodities, assets, etc)
a. being in good demand; saleable
b. suitable for sale
2. (Commerce) of or relating to buying or selling on a market: marketable value.
ˌmarketaˈbility, ˈmarketableness n
ˈmarketably adv

mar•ket•a•ble

(ˈmɑr kɪ tə bəl)

adj.
readily salable.
[1590–1600]
mar`ket•a•bil′i•ty, n.
mar′ket•a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.marketable - being in demand by especially employers; "marketable skills"
salable, saleable - capable of being sold; fit for sale; "saleable at a low price"
2.marketable - fit to be offered for salemarketable - fit to be offered for sale; "marketable produce"
salable, saleable - capable of being sold; fit for sale; "saleable at a low price"
3.marketable - capable of being marketed; "the marketable surplus"
exportable - suitable for export; "exportable cultural achievements"

marketable

adjective sought after, wanted, in demand, saleable, merchantable, vendible These are marketable skills.
Translations
رائِج، مَطْلوب، مُمْكِن تَسْويقُه
prodejný
salgbar
eladható
seljanlegur
predajný
satılabilir

marketable

[ˈmɑːkɪtəbl] ADJ
1. (= saleable) [commodity, product] → vendible, comercializable
of marketable qualityde valor comercial
2. (fig) [skill] → con mucha salida
the more specialized your skill, the more marketable you arecuanto más especializado estés, mayores posibilidades tendrás en el mercado laboral
he is one of our most marketable young actorses uno de nuestros actores jóvenes con más posibilidades en el mercado cinematográfico

marketable

[ˈmɑːrkɪtəbəl] adjcommercialisablemarket analysis nanalyse f de marchémarket day njour m de marchémarket demand ndemande f du marchémarket-driven [ˌmɑːrkɪtˈdrɪvən] adjdicté(e) par le marchémarket economy néconomie f de marchémarket forces nplforces fpl du marchémarket garden n (British)jardin m maraîcher

marketable

adjabsetzbar, marktfähig; (fig) actor, sportspersonvermarktbar

marketable

[ˈmɑːkɪtəbl] adjcommercializzabile

market

(ˈmaːkit) noun
1. a public place where people meet to buy and sell or the public event at which this happens. He has a clothes stall in the market.
2. (a place where there is) a demand for certain things. There is a market for cotton goods in hot countries.
verb
to (attempt to) sell. I produce the goods and my brother markets them all over the world.
ˈmarketable adjective
wanted by the public and therefore able to be sold. a marketable product.
ˈmarketing noun
(the study of) the processes by which anything may be sold. He is in charge of marketing; (also adjective) marketing methods.
ˌmarket-ˈgarden noun
a garden where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale.
ˈmarket-place, ˌmarket-ˈsquare noun
the open space or square in a town in which a market is held.
market price/value
the price at which a thing is being sold at a particular time. What's the current market price of gold?
market research
investigation of the habits and preferences of the public in choosing what goods to buy. She does market research for a cosmetics firm.
be on the market
to be for sale. Her house has been on the market for months.
References in classic literature ?
Third alternative: to turn the information I already possess to the best account, by making it a marketable commodity between Mr.
The scientists were far inland, prosecuting their search for the valuable commodity that native rumor upon the mainland had led them to believe might be found here in marketable quantity.
But, verily," said Master Ichabod Pigsnort, "for mine own part I object to the making of these counterfeits, as being calculated to reduce the marketable value of the true gem.
But, verily,' said Master Ichabod Pigsnort, 'for mine own part I object to the making of these counterfeits, as being calculated to reduce the marketable value of the true gem.
Call it what you will, your countrymen are sensible fellows; they make a marketable article of what to you is an abstract idea; they have, ere this, sold their social greatness and also their blood-earned freedom to be the servants of foreign kings.
as per contract) to make room for more marketable material, he had abandoned his real calling, and taken a sub-editorial job on a women's weekly, where fashion- plates and paper patterns alternated with New England love-stories and advertisements of temperance drinks.
With infinite pains I have acquired a knowledge of that history, and I propose to narrate it here, partly for the honest information of the public and partly to show that public that they have been wasting a good deal of marketable sentiment very unnecessarily.
He was a profane person, and became a showman, turning his gifts to a marketable use, and not to his own sustenance and growth.
After all, the idea was quite logical; a parasite and landowner naturally supposed that intelligence was a marketable commodity like everything else, and that in Switzerland especially it could be bought for money.
Bambridge made this remark with an air of disgust, satisfied that his own bragging showed a fine sense of the marketable.
Thinking it just possible--if he kept his eyes and ears well open at Swanhaven--that he might improve his prospect of making a marketable commodity of the stolen correspondence, Mr.
But for this miserable obstacle, he might have taken the Diamond to Amsterdam, and have made a marketable commodity of it, by having it cut up into separate stones.