English version

market town

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarket townˈmarket town noun [countable]  British EnglishTOWN a town where there is an outdoor market, usually once or twice a week
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market townFor a small firm of solicitors in a market town, conveyancing has accounted for about half of all fee income.When they had all arrived in the little Cumbrian market town about fourteen years ago, everything had seemed rosy.Nearby Newark is a picturesque market town with a cobbled square overlooked by buildings of architectural interest.Sited ten miles west of Oxford is the small market town of Witney.
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