noun Date: 1832 a specialist in promoting or selling a product or service

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  • marketeer — ► NOUN ▪ a person who sells goods or services in a market …   English terms dictionary

  • marketeer — noun (C) anti Marketeer /pro Marketeer old fashioned someone who is against/in favour of Britain being a member of the European Union see also: black marketeer, free marketeer …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • marketeer — [[t]mɑː(r)kɪtɪ͟ə(r)[/t]] marketeers N COUNT A marketeer is the same as a marketer. → See also , free marketeer …   English dictionary

  • marketeer — /makəˈtɪə/ (say mahkuh tear) noun someone active in or advocating a market as specified: black marketeer; Common Marketeer …   Australian English dictionary

  • Marketeer — Mit dem Begriff Marketeer oder auch Marketer (lat.: mercator = Kaufmann, Händler; aus dem Angelsächsischen übernommen) bezeichnet man eine Person, die für die Vermarktung eines Produktes oder einer Dienstleistung zuständig ist.[1] Sein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • marketeer — /mahr ki tear /, n. a person who sells goods or services in or to a market. [1825 35; MARKET + EER] * * * …   Universalium

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  • marketeer — mar|ket|eer [ˌma:kıˈtıə US ˌma:rkıˈtır] n also mar|ket|er [ˈma:kıtə US ˈma:rkıtər] someone who sells goods or services >marketeering n [U] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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