A model or brand of a manufactured product, especially an automobile. (noun)
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Use "marque" in a sentence
"The marque is worth $66. 4-billion (U.S.), according to a study by global market researcher company Millward Brown Optimor."
"We had the honour of sharing with Louisiana the picturesque gentleman pirate Lafitte, who was said by his enemies to make love or to scuttle a ship with equal success, and by his friends to be a seigneur with letters of marque from the French government."
"You really ought to consider chartering your boat to groups of Privateers, we’ll get letters of marque from the Japanese government and hunt the greenies."