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market day Line breaks: mar¦ket day

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Definition of market day in English:

noun

A day on which a market is regularly held: Saturday is market day market days were a breathtaking riot of colour
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  • Over two days - one a market day - council officers counted 371 heavy goods vehicles using the High Street, with only 38 stopping to unload.
  • The branch has passed a unanimous resolution deploring the institution of Friday as a market day, but the Markets Committee has recommended the Town Council to take no action.
  • We are proposing operating Malton market on a Tuesday, which would be our normal market day; and York will stick to Monday and Thursday.

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