Definition of marketeer in English:

marketeer

Syllabification: mar·ket·eer
Pronunciation: /ˌmärkəˈtir
 
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noun

1A person who sells goods or services in a market: a consumer-goods marketeer
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  • Others are ravaged by hunger and thus spend their time at various marketplaces selling merchandise for marketeers to make ends meet.
  • It is a wonder how every day a levy is collected from the hundreds of marketeers who sell their merchandise but nothing of great value in terms of self-help efforts to clean up has been seen.
  • The coexistence of mortals and immortals has been lost, not to make the film easier to follow but to make it easier to sell for Hollywood marketeers.
1.1 [with adjective] A person who works in or advocates a particular type of market: free-marketeers
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  • The thought was rather alien to hard-nosed capitalist marketeers and took many years to secure a foothold.
  • Finally, if you don't have labor markets, the entire argument that marketeers put forth for having any kind of markets collapses.
  • It is a different scene with experts like Joseph Stiglitz, ex-World Bank top economist, openly critical of the gung-ho marketeers.

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