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market order an order to purchase or sell, esp. stocks or other financial instruments, at the current market price.
marketplace an outdoor or indoor area where merchants sell their various goods. [3 definitions]
market price the price for which a commodity, security, or piece of merchandise sells in a given market; prevailing price.
market value the value of a business, property, security, commodity, or piece of merchandise in terms of the estimated price for which it can be sold in a given market.
marking a mark or marks. [3 definitions]
markka formerly, the chief monetary unit of Finland, equaling one hundred pennis.
marksman a man who shoots a gun skillfully, esp. at a mark or target.
markswoman a woman who shoots a gun skillfully, esp. at a mark or target.
Mark Twain pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, U.S. author and humorist (b.1835--d.1910).
markup the amount or percentage that a seller adds to the cost price of goods to determine their selling price. [2 definitions]
mark up to raise the price of.
marl a crumbly earthy deposit composed mostly of clay and calcium carbonate, used to improve acidic soils. [2 definitions]
marlin any of several large ocean game fish that have a long, pointed snout.
marline a light cord made of two loosely twisted fiber strands, sometimes wound around heavier rope to prevent fraying.
marlinespike a pointed iron tool that is used to separate strands of rope.
marmalade a jam that contains bits of fruit and rind, esp. of oranges.
marmalade tree a tropical American evergreen tree that bears a plumlike edible fruit.
marmite a large ceramic or metal pot, often with legs, and used for making soup.
marmoreal of or resembling marble.
marmoset any of various small, tropical American monkeys that have a squirrel-like body, soft fur, and a long, furry tail.
marmot any of several thick-bodied burrowing rodents that have coarse fur and short legs and ears, such as the woodchuck.