• a meat market
  • 肉屋
  • a new market for cars
  • 自動車の新たな需要
  • an active [a brisk, a dull] market
  • 活発な[活気ある,沈滞した]市場
  • at the market
  • 市価[時価]で
  • go marketing
  • 市場へ買い[売り]に行く;((米))ショッピングに行く
  • go to market
  • (市場に)買い物に行く
  • market mechanism
  • (財の需給関係で価格が決まる)市場メカニズム
  • Although the model was already being manufactured in Montreal by Canadelle, Playtex executives decided to take a year to redesign the bra for the U.S. market.
  • Wikipedia: Wonderbra
  • As many as 95% of the slow lorises rescued from the markets die of dental infection or improper care.
  • Wikipedia: Slow loris
  • As was in the other Greek cities, chattel slaves could be purchased at the market or taken in war.
  • Wikipedia: Slavery in ancient Greece
  • At the end of the financial year, Apple announced its highest figures yet, $7.1 billion in revenues and an increase in global market share from 8% to 8.5%, the highest it had been in four years.
  • Wikipedia: PowerBook 100
  • Contributing to the lack of outcry was a legal ruling in New York allowing oral betting at racetracks, which led to the growth of racing in the United States; by 1920 the American breeding market had rebounded and was booming.
  • Wikipedia: Jersey Act
  • Designed to serve the charter airline market and provide a low-cost replacement for the 767-200, the 757-300 shares the basic design of the original 757, while extending the fuselage before and after the wings.
  • Wikipedia: Boeing 757
  • During the 1830s, between 800 and 1,000 pigs a week were being slaughtered for the Manchester market.
  • Wikipedia: Stretford
  • Embroidery and drawn thread work are done by hand to produce clothing, as well as tablecloths and other home textiles for sale in local crafts markets.
  • Wikipedia: Madagascar
  • Fincher also released two early trailers in the form of fake public service announcements presented by Pitt and Norton; the studio did not think the trailers marketed the film appropriately.
  • Wikipedia: Fight Club (film)
  • Furthermore, unlike later theories of entrepreneurship which saw the entrepreneur as a disruptive force, Cantillon anticipated the belief that the entrepreneur brought equilibrium to a market by correctly predicting consumer preferences.
  • Wikipedia: Richard Cantillon
  • If a mother-in-law could not find sufficient domestic help from the daughters-in-law, there was a market for women to be bought as maids or servants.
  • Wikipedia: Society of the Song Dynasty
  • In Australia, Holden's market share dropped from 27.5 percent in 2000 to 15.2 percent in 2006.
  • Wikipedia: Holden
  • In France, marketing authorization was granted for Zyban on August 3, 2001, with a maximum daily dose of 300 mg; only sustained-release bupropion is available, and only as a smoking cessation aid.
  • Wikipedia: Bupropion
  • In Goldgar's view, even many modern popular works about financial markets, such as Burton Malkiel's A Random Walk Down Wall Street (1973) and John Kenneth Galbraith's A Short History of Financial Euphoria (1990; written soon after the stock market crash of 1987), used the tulip mania as a lesson in morality.
  • Wikipedia: Tulip mania