Meaning of OUTLET in English

noun Etymology: Middle English ut-lete, from ut out + -lete watercourse, from Old English gelǣt, from lǣtan to let Date: 13th century 1. a place or opening through which something is let out ; exit , vent , a means of release or satisfaction for an emotion or impulse , a medium of expression or publication, a publication or broadcast organization , a stream flowing out of a lake or pond, 3. a market for a commodity, an agency (as a store) through which a product is marketed , a receptacle for the plug of an electrical device

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