market share


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market share

n.
The proportion of industry sales of a good or service that is controlled by a company.
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market share

n
(Marketing) the percentage of a total market, in terms of either value or volume, accounted for by the sales of a specific brand
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mar′ket share`


n.
the percentage of sales of a particular product achieved by a single company in a given period of time.
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Translations
markkinaosuus
市場占有率
marktaandeel
marknadsandel

market share

nquota di mercato
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