marketable

[mahr-ki-tuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
readily salable.
2.
of or pertaining to selling or buying: marketable values; marketable areas.

Origin:
1590–1600; market + -able

marketability, marketableness, noun
marketably, adverb
nonmarketability, noun
nonmarketable, adjective, noun
unmarketable, adjective
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marketable (ˈmɑːkɪtəbəl)
 
adj
1.  of commodities, assets, etc
 a.  being in good demand; saleable
 b.  suitable for sale
2.  of or relating to buying or selling on a market: marketable value
 
marketability
 
n
 
marketableness
 
n
 
marketably
 
adv

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marketable
c.1600, from market + -able. Related: Marketability.
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Example sentences
Palm trees are also used for producing crops and marketable agricultural
  commodities including coconuts, dates and oils.
Wonderful, all seek the highly marketable supplement to do what essentially
  free proper diet and exercise do.
We have hydrogen cars now, and are refining the idea to make it marketable.
He puts the timetable for a working, marketable retinal prosthesis at three to
  five years.
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