⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'target group' from English to Icelandic
NOUN   a target group | target groups
markhópur {k}target group
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Translation for 'target group' from English to Icelandic

target group
markhópur {k}
Usage Examples English
  • Alternatively, the secondary target group might consist of a small number of purchasers that account for a relatively high proportion of sales volume perhaps due to purchase value or purchase frequency.
  • Generally, the punch line answer highlights a stereotype of the target group.
  • In addition to increased sales to the target group, businesses benefit from the resulting positive publicity, leading to increased sales to the general public.
  • The bottom-up approach suggests that the implementation should start with the target group, as they are seen as the actual implementers of policy.
  • Sponsors are especially highlighted in the football category since football fans present a significant percentage of the bookmakers' target group.
  • Hofstadter also noted that "sexual freedom" is a vice frequently attributed to the conspiracist's target group, noting that "very often the fantasies of true believers reveal strong sadomasochistic outlets, vividly expressed, for example, in the delight of anti-Masons with the cruelty of Masonic punishments."
  • Note that the polar debate with regard to condom usage is attenuated by the target group the argument is directed.
  • His new techniques allowed the idea of rebellion and the impetus for change to come from within the target group.
  • He took the same stance as during the First World War towards the Hearst Press: these readers were his most important target group.
  • With the advent of disc jockeys such as Edwin Evers, the target group expanded, and the station became wider.
  • Other single-issue parties focus on the interests of a specific target group, such as ethnic minorities, retirees, and students.
  • Chaplain as in English or almoner (preferred in many other languages) or their equivalents refer to a minister who has another type of pastoral "target group" than a territorial parish congregation (or in addition to one), such as a military units, schools and hospitals.
  • The injected code trap and malware may be tailored to the specific target group and the specific systems they use.
  • There must be an authority or leader charged with the implementation and monitoring of the policy with a sound social theory underlying the program and the target group.
  • Due to the advanced age of the main target group, copyright infringement has not been prevalent so far.
  • These four modalities constrain the target group or individual in different ways, and law tends to function as an umbrella over the other methods.
  • Despite low ratings in the first season, it soon became a great success, especially in the commercial target group 15–44 years of age.
  • There are five different types, based on the size of the vehicle, target group, frequency of stops and distance.
  • He especially pointed to the intellectual elite as a target group.
  • The data gathered is not usually quantitative, but can help get an idea of a target group's opinion.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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