What is another word for mart?

Pronunciation: [mˈɑːt] (IPA)

Mart is a word mainly used to refer to a place where goods are bought and sold. It can also mean a fair or a market. There are several synonyms for the word mart, which include bazaar, market, fair, exchange, emporium, and marketplace. These alternatives can be used to elaborate further on the type of mart or market being referred to. For instance, a bazaar usually denotes an outdoor market that deals with exotic goods, while an emporium generally refers to a large store that sells a range of products. Understanding the various synonyms for the word mart can enable one to communicate more effectively and precisely.

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  • Reverse Entailment

    • Proper noun, singular
      wal-mart.

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Usage examples for Mart

From this great thoroughfare all others diverge, and it is the greatest mart of its extent in the world.
"Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847"
Albert James Pickett
What a mart for Kentucky!
"Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847"
Albert James Pickett
Each one who reads this book may become a true and faithful knight of the White Cross, no matter where he may be, in city mart or lonely farm, in busy shop or quiet school, and not only may he be a soldier, but he may be a recruiting officer, inducing others to enlist under the White Cross banner.
"Almost A Man"
Mary Wood-Allen

Famous quotes with Mart

  • Wal-mart... do they like make walls there?
    Paris Hilton
  • My father once told me that being in the company of good people is like being in a fragrance mart. Whether you buy any perfume or not, you'll always come out refreshed, rejuvenated, and smelling absolutely fabulous.
    Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
  • You're always known by the company you keep" - taught my parents in my childhood. As I grew up, I realized that being in the company of nice people is like being in a fragrance mart. Whether you buy any fragrance or not, you'll always come out refreshed and smelling absolutely fabulous. So my parents were right; it's always nice to be with nice people.
    Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate

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