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- bazaar:  Bazaar is a word of Persian origin; it comes from Persian bāzār ‘market’ (whose ultimate source was a prehistoric Old Persian *abēcharish), and reached English via Turkish and Italian (whence the early English form bazarro). Many fanciful spellings competed in 16th- and 17th-century English, including buzzard.
- bazaar (n.)
- 1580s, from Italian bazarra, ultimately from Persian bazar (Pahlavi vacar) "a market."
- 1. We were in the bazaar with all the little urchins watching us.
- 2. Kamal was a vendor in Egypt's open-air bazaar.
- 3. Chickens, goats and rabbits were offered for barter at the bazaar.
- 在集市上,鸡 、 山羊和兔子被摆出来作物物交换之用.
- 4. A bazaar was held for the poor.
- 5. I poked through a bazaar crammed with good.
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