bazaar /bəˈzɑː/

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I. noun

1. a market in a Middle Eastern country.
2. a fundraising sale of goods.
3.
‹dated› a large shop selling miscellaneous goods.
– origin late 16th cent.: from Italian bazarro, from Turkish, from Persian bāzār ‘market’.

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