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auction a public sale at which things are sold to the people who offer the most money. [1/2 definitions]
bakery a store in which baked goods, such as bread, cake, and pastry, are made or sold.
bake sale an event in which baked items, such as cookies and cupcakes, are sold in order to raise money for a particular cause.
bargain something that is sold or bought at a good price, especially if it is worth more than what was given in exchange. [1/3 definitions]
circulation the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold at a given time, or the selling itself. [1/3 definitions]
commodity something that can be bought and sold.
cotton candy a candy made of soft, tiny bits of melted sugar spun around a stick or paper cone. Cotton candy looks like a mass of cotton but melts very quickly in one's mouth. Cotton candy is often sold at outdoor events such as fairs or festivals, or at amusement parks.
exchange a place where things are bought, sold, or traded. [1/4 definitions]
farmers' market a public market at which farmers sell fresh produce directly to customers. Other things like flowers, handicrafts, baked goods, and other prepared foods are often sold at farmers' markets too.
generic produced or sold without a brand name. [1/2 definitions]
gold having sold more than a specific number of copies, usually one million. [1/7 definitions]
goods things that are sold; merchandise; wares. [1/2 definitions]
grocery a store where food and other household supplies are sold; grocery store. [2 definitions]
grocery store a store in which food and other supplies for the household are sold. A grocery store can be a small shop in one's neighborhood or a large supermarket.
import to bring in from another country, especially as something to be sold. [1/2 definitions]
importer a person or business that brings items in from another country so that they may be sold as merchandise.
junkyard a yard or lot in which junk is collected, kept, and sold. Old metal and cars are often found in a junkyard.
market a place where goods are sold. [1/4 definitions]
marketplace an area, either outside or inside, where goods are sold.
newsstand a booth or other place where newspapers and magazines are sold.
parcel to divide into parts to be given out or sold (usually followed by "out"). [1/3 definitions]