bazaar definition

  • noun:
    • market comprising a street lined with shops and stalls, specially one in the Middle East.
    • A shop or a part of a shop for which miscellaneous articles are offered.
    • A fair or sale of which various articles can be purchased, frequently for charitable functions.
    • A marketplace, particularly in the Middle East, and sometimes covered with stores and stalls.
    • A shop attempting to sell articles that are either exotic or eclectic.
    • A fair or short-term marketplace, frequently for charity.
    • Common misspelling of bizarre.
    • inside East, an exchange, marketplace, or assemblage of shops in which items are exposed obtainable.
    • A spacious hallway or collection of spaces the purchase of products, as at a good.
    • a reasonable when it comes to purchase of fancy products, toys, etc., commonly for a charitable function.
    • inside East, an exchange, market-place, or location where goods tend to be exposed on the market, consisting either of little shops or stalls in a narrow street or group of roads, or of a certain part in a town under one roof and split by narrower passageways, in which all or most of the merchants and artisans in a specific material or steel, or any solitary course of goods, are collected both for make and traffic.
    • A sale of various articles in furtherance of some charitable or other function; an elegant fair. The articles indeed there sold are mostly of elegant work, and contributed gratuitously.
    • a street of little stores (especially in Orient)
    • a shop in which many different products are sold
    • a-sale of miscellany; usually for charity

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