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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarketeermar‧ket‧eer /ˌmɑːkəˈtɪə $ ˌmɑːrkəˈtɪr/ (also marketer /ˈmɑːkɪtə $ ˈmɑːrkɪtər/) noun [countable]  someone who sells goods or servicesmarketeering noun [uncountable]
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marketeerFor Kurzlinger, until then just a Berlin black marketeer and gangster, it became a profession.We're keeping an eye on gangsters, black marketeers and revolutionaries.Among more radical monetarists and free marketeers there remains disappointment that the government had not done more to shift the middle ground.But the free marketeers are wrong to suspect a revival of intervention in industry.The Labour Party is out-manoeuvring the free marketeers.Free marketeers even talked of privatisation.A little later, when bankers tried to become retailers of financial services, they raided consumer-goods marketeers.The marketeers are out to persuade them otherwise.
From Longman Business Dictionarymarketeermar‧ket‧eer /ˌmɑːkəˈtɪəˌmɑːrkəˈtɪr/ noun [countable]1COMMERCEsomeone who believes in or is involved in a particular type of market black marketeer free marketeer2another name for MARKETERJapanese researchers interact more with product designers, marketeers, and manufacturing engineers.
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