Definition of marketable in English:

marketable

Syllabification: mar·ket·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈmärkədəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Able or fit to be sold or marketed: the fish are perfectly marketable
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  • Being able to translate those ideas into marketable material is another.
  • Frustrated savers sell their bonds and put the proceeds in marketable commodities.
  • The event, organised by the Guild of Scriveners, is a tradition which was originally intended to test that ale on sale in the city was of marketable quality.
1.1In demand: marketable skills
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  • Thousands of Russians are now studying in America and Europe, and have acquired marketable skills, enabling them to land lucrative jobs.
  • The course will benefit unemployed people as it will gain them another skill which could make them more marketable in the search for jobs.
  • You have to be pretty marketable to sell a series simply by tacking your name to the front of it.

Derivatives

marketability

Pronunciation: /ˌmärkitəˈbilətē/
noun
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  • His great marketability and instantly recognisable image means he's still in demand on TV too.
  • If they have not maintained their crops, as necessary, in the meantime they may be quite disappointed with the value and the marketability of their crop.
  • This is an incredible bonus for camps, one that can enhance the camp environment and even improve a camp's marketability.

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