marketnoun

  • ja食料品店、マーケット、市場
  • enthe buying and selling of goods, shares, etc., or the area this takes place in

Examples

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Oh, I love being Scary Terry.
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He says what Regular Terry's thinking.
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This is taking too long!
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I'm gonna miss the farmer's market!
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One of the attributes of a great entrepreneur
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is that someone who understands and knows their numbers.
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They understand their business model.
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They understand the market they are in.
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They understand the challenges they've got,
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and they're able to measure with the numbers.
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Maybe Stanford would be cool.
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It's a good market.
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Higher volume.
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Yeah.
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Maybe we should both go.
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I have a girlfriend.
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Sure you do, Dwight, sure.
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Let's not be coy with each other, doctor.
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This is a booming market.
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We want our share of it.
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Last year, Dr. Ayers' Pectoral Plaster, Brown's Bronchial Troches, Dr. Corbett's brain food,
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and Dr. Worthley's female pills accounted for $5 million in sales.
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I think Elon and what he's done with Tesla has been pretty amazing.
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And I think the biggest benefit that he's done for the market
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is just raise the awareness of electrified vehicles.
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Now, up to date, his company has catered to a very affluent consumer.
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I think we'll announce locations for somewhere between 2 and 4 Gigafactories later this year.
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Yeah.
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Probably 4.
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Whoa.
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Okay —
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No more teasing from you for here?
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Like where? Continent?
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You can say no.
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We need to address a global market.
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Okay.
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You can have a virus where people feel well enough while they're infectious
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that they get on a plane or they go to a market.
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The source of the virus could be a natural epidemic like Ebola or it could be bioterrorism.
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And so there are things that would literally make things a thousand times worse.
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Ninja is the master of Fortnite.
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I found out that almost 350 million people have watched him play.
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And I wanna tap into that market.
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So I'm gonna livestream Ninja playing Fortnite behind me.
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Ninja, are you there?
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Hi.
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Yes, hello.
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Hi, Ninja.
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Hi, Ellen.
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How's it going?
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Hi, guys.
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It's going really good.
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Vincent Adultman.
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How are things at the old 9-to-5?
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Good.
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I went to the stock market today.
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I did a business.

Other meanings for market...

marketverb

  • ja市場で売る、市場に出す
  • ento offer or make a product appealing for sale or consumption
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I have something for you.
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- I don't know if you've thought of this yet. - Oh, no.
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But you should market these things.
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These are Chris Pine fresheners, and...
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So...
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- Chris Pine in your car. Yeah. - Yeah, fantastic. Alright.
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- Would it be odd at all to hang these in my car? - Not at all.
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- No. Yeah. - I don't know why you wouldn't automatically do that.
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I was skinny until I hit puberty.
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And then I just kind of thickened out everywhere.
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I'm a solid girl.
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And that was never marketed as beautiful growing up.
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But what if I market it as a health bar?
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That would work.
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- That would be better. That would be more on track. - I would totally buy that.
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Absolutely.
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'Cause then you're like, "Wow, this is pretty good for something healthy."
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Dippin’ Dots need to be stored at such a cold temperature
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that it made it impossible for grocery stores to house the tasty treat.
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So he got creative and marketed his product to alternate locations.
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Now, they're sold at amusement parks, festivals, zoos, and other summertime destinations.
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I think if there was a channel that this could go on,
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and be 100% what it already was, and be marketed well towards people, not just another kids show,
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then yeah, this would be insanely popular.
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These are just some of the new flavors of vodka.
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And these are not joke bottles.
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This is buttered popcorn vodka.
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Then there is...
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You cannot — No more!
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No more!
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You cannot have any more.
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This is cilantro.
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And then this is peanut butter and jelly vodka.
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Who are they marketing this for?
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These are real.

marketnoun

  • ja市場、需要、販路
  • enthe available supply of or potential demand for specified goods or services
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Most employers don't want mothers.
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It's a competitive market.
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You don't know me.
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It was lovely meeting both of you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you, Mr. Slovin.
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And may I say what a privilege it would be to work for the Phillip Morris Corporation,
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a company that has remained the largest cigarette manufacturer in the US since 1983,
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plus has increased its dividends 46 times in the last 44 years!
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You all tore this market up in the face of a world that was trying to tear you down.
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Now, see, that's the company for me.
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Yeah! Yeah!
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Actually, Julie has been cleaning out mom's studio.
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Hopefully, we can get the house on the market and some offers soon.
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Well, I like the sound of that.
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Moving from here is only gonna help you move on.
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In a positive-sum world, the more people are well-off, the better your own life is.
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This is because of the nature of innovation.
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It is fundamentally driven by supply and demand.
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The supply increases when more people have the freedom and education to contribute.
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They become inventors, researchers, engineers or thinkers that come up with new ideas.
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The demand for ideas increases as people get richer, and can pay for new solutions.
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They increase the size of the market for innovations.
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We were about to go under a great depression.
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We had to make a whole bunch of decisions about saving the auto industry,
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or making sure that business has got back on their feet, or the housing market would recover.
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And you're having to make big bets with incomplete information.
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You're not sure that everything's gonna work.
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I'm very, very stoked to be here today, representing my kinfolk
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and all those that haven't managed to make a career out of an innate ability for inhuman noisemaking.
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Because it is a bit of a niche market.
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And there's not much work going on, especially where I'm from.