marketer

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marketer (plural marketers)

  1. One who designs and executes marketing campaigns.

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From English market, from Old Northern French market (commerce; marketplace; trade) from Latin mercatus (market; trade; trading; buying and selling), from the past participle of mercari (to deal in; to buy; to trade), from merx (merchandise; wares), from the genitive mercis, from Proto-Italic *merk-, from Etruscan.

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marketer

  1. (transitive) To market.

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