Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Market"

The meaning of "Market" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does That's not what I'm in the market for mean?
A: That is not what I am looking to purchase / buy.

That is not what I am interested in purchasing / buying.
Q: What does Seldom have market conditions been more ideal for buying a new house. mean?
A: “Market conditions have not been better for buying a new house”

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Q: What does ; I'm going to wander around the market to see (what i find.)
mean?
A: 市場を歩き回して(何を見つけるか)見てみます。

I'm not sure that 見てみます works as (say) 食べてみます would.
Q: What does squeezed out of the market mean?
A: "Squeeze out" means to be evicted,expelled,purged out of something or somewhere.
Q: What does free market economy mean?
A: A "free market" is when the government does not regulate or interfere much with businesses/economy in general.

Example sentences using "Market"

Q: Please show me example sentences with when I go to market, the staff usually ask me “do you need a plastic bag?”. and I always answer like “No, thanks”. buy how can I answer differently but like native speaking. plz teach me guys🙏.
A: Most people just say no thanks. You could also say “no, I have a reusable bag.” (If you have one that’s not plastic.) Or “I don’t need one, I can just carry it.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with market.
A: He has a market stall.

I like going to the Christmas market.

You can get many bargains if you go to the local market.
Q: Please show me example sentences with local market.
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Synonyms of "Market" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between market and marketing plan ?
A: A marketing plan is a plan you put to sell things profitably in the market:
We are working on a new marketing plan.
Asia is a new market opening for our products.
Q: What is the difference between market and marketplace ?
A: There is no major difference from what I know by living in Los Angeles for over 21 years. You can use either word in a sentence. It is the same as using the word couch or using the word sofa; you can use whichever word. Unless somebody knows the difference feel free to correct me.
Q: What is the difference between The market is monopolised by that company alone and The market is monopolised by only that company ?
A: I study economics, and to me they both seem exactly the same.

To elaborate, the first half of both sentences is the same, the difference lies in “that company alone” VS “only that company”.

When you compare these two shortened sentences they, at least to me, mean exactly the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between market and shop ?
A: In simple terms a market is a place where people gather to perchance and sale. It is an open place, very often without walls. Whereas a shop is a place where people gather with the same aim, but it is closed with walls and aisles and with cashiers, consultants, managers :D
Q: What is the difference between She is said to be treated badly in the market. and She is said to have been treated badly in the market. ?
A: She is said to be treated badly in the market. - this one refers to the present
She is said to have been treated badly in the market. - this one refers to the past

Translations of "Market"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 僕はまだ、入社したばかりです。
(super market)
A: I'm just a new employee.

コチラも参考に。
https://kiwi-english.net/12657
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? アメリカンドックになる前の状態の物ってありますか?
(in the super market)
A: これですか?アメリカンドッグはcorn dogというけど、肉の部分はhot dogと言います。だからそのhot dogを探していれば、do you have hot dogs?と聞けばいいと思います。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i'm going to the market
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "i would go to market" and "i could go to market" Two sentences are same ??
A: "I could go to the market, or I can just stay home." "You see I would go to the Market, but I probably won't" the difference is context. Could can be used for comparison/ comparing two options. while the word would is often used to be Definite or in sarcasm. it can be used interchangeably, and you can say eithere way, it's more context if anything in my opinion.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? yakınlarda market varmı
A: Is there a store/shop nearby :-)

Other questions about "Market"

Q: Although I am not going to comment on the market assessment, I would like to point out that it is essential that banks and other financial institutions appropriately manage risks and make properly disclosures according to their own decision. Does this sound natural?
A: It's very good, just a small change.

Although I am not going to comment on the market assessment, I would like to point out that it is essential that banks and other financial institutions appropriately manage risks and make disclosures properly according to their own decisions.
Q: As the financial market has been more globalized and integrated, the term “global liquidity” has gained ground. Does this sound natural?
A: The word "become" may sound more natural than "been."
Q: The market is so chock-full of people that there's hardly any standing room. Does this sound natural?
A: 'room for standing' would be more understandable. at first, people might think 'standing room' means a room used for standing or a room that stands haha
Q: We target the global market, so we don't provide the HiNative app in the Japanese app store for that reason. Does this sound natural?
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Q: This market is always zippy, isn't this? (このマーケットはいつ来ても活気があるね) Does this sound natural?
A: Zippyじゃなくて、lively/bustlingです。

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