Flea market

Flea market,

Definition of Flea market:

  1. Outdoor market utilized by vendors to exchange discounted new or used merchandise for money. Flea markets are usually operated in an outdoor facility and may charge shoppers a minimal fee to enter the premises. The name is said to have derived from a French term in 1920, and may have suggested that some of the second-hand clothing or other goods sold at flea markets might have been infested with fleas.

  2. A market, typically outdoors, selling secondhand goods.

Synonyms of Flea market

Shopping precinct, Shopping complex, Mall, Shopping mall, Arcade, Shopping arcade, Galleria, Parade, Shopping parade, Auto show, Bazaar, Boat show, Closing-out sale, Commercial complex, Distress sale, Emporium, Exposition, Fair, Flea fair, Garage sale, Going-out-of-business sale, Inventory-clearance sale, Market, Market overt, Marketplace, Mart, Open market, Plaza, Rialto, Rummage sale, Sale, Shopping center, Shopping mall, Shopping plaza, Show, Staple, Street market, Tax sale, Trade fair, White elephant sale

How to use Flea market in a sentence?

  1. You can go to a flea market and maybe find some supplies you need at a great cost, or maybe even a new supplier.
  2. The flea market was a fun place to get together and search for antiques that could be sold at our business.
  3. The lady met a strange fellow at the flea market , who said his name was Harry and then he began to flirt with her.
  4. The Jam will also have a flea market where you can sell, buy and barter musical instruments, audiotapes, CDs and rock T-shirts.

Meaning of Flea market & Flea market Definition