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spot market

noun
1.
a market in which commodities, as grain, gold, or crude oil, are dealt in for cash and immediate delivery (distinguished from futures market).
Origin
1935-1940
1935-40
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British Dictionary definitions for spot-market

spot market

noun
1.
(commerce) a market in which commodities, currencies, or securities are traded for immediate delivery Compare forward market
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Slang definitions & phrases for spot-market

spot

noun
  1. A short commercial or paid political announcement on radio or television: How do you like the spots, Senator? (1937+)
  2. A nightclub, restaurant, or other such venue of pleasure: They were often seen in a fashionable spot uptown (1940s+)
verb
  1. To give odds or a handicap; to give an advantage to: They spotted Pittsburgh five runs before getting down to serious business (1961+ Sports & gambling)
  2. To recognize or identify: I spotted her as a phony long ago (1848+)
  3. To lend someone something: spotted her ten bucks
Related Terms

deuce spot, five-spot, hit the spot, hot spot, johnny-on-the-spot, nightspot, on the spot, put someone on the spot, sweet spot, two-spot, x marks the spot

[found by 1718 in the second verb sense as ''identify as a wrongdoer'']


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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