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marketable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarketablemar‧ket‧a‧ble /ˈmɑːkətəbəl $ ˈmɑːr/ adjective  SELLmarketable goods, skills etc can be sold easily because people want them The program is designed to provide students with real, marketable skills.marketability /ˌmɑːkətəˈbɪləti $ ˌmɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
marketableI am a business man and I knew how marketable he was.Do the jobless have marketable skills or obsolete training?The reality is that we all have marketable skills such as writing, speaking, consulting, or designing and selling things.Too many graduates lack marketable skills.The duties of employment interviewers in job service centers differ somewhat because applicants may lack marketable skills.The excuse that is far more marketable than truth.Hours once written off as commercially irrelevant were suddenly transformed into marketable time.The distribution of marketable wealth among the population is skewed in favor of a minority.The figures on marketable wealth exclude the value of occupational pensions which can not normally be sold.
From Longman Business Dictionarymarketablemar‧ket‧a‧ble /ˈmɑːkətəbəlˈmɑːr-/ adjective marketable goods, services, skills etc can be sold easily because people and organizations want themIt’s a long, uncertain path from the laboratory to marketable drugs.Because he has no higher education or marketable work skills, he is limited to unskilled jobs.marketability noun [uncountable]The reason for the discount is the lack of marketability of the shares.
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