Definition of mart in English:

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mart

Pronunciation: /mɑːt/

noun

[usually with modifier]
A trade centre or market: a liquor mart
More example sentences
  • I looked around and confirmed that yes, this was the only store between the food mart and the bottle mart.
  • The ban means all auction marts have ceased trading in livestock.
  • The incident two months ago captured the attention of the world's media after the bull fled from the nearby auction mart and entered the centre.

Origin

Late Middle English: from Middle Dutch mart, variant of marct 'market'.

Words that rhyme with mart

apart, apparat, art, baht, Bart, Barthes, cart, carte, chart, clart, dart, Eilat, fart, ghat, Gujarat, Gujrat, hart, Harte, heart, heart-to-heart, impart, Jat, kart, kyat, Maat, Mansart, outsmart, part, quarte, salat, savate, Scart, smart, start, tart, zakat

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