- selling goods at a price that just equals the additional cost of producing the last unit supplied.
- of or relating to goods produced and marketed at margin: marginal profits.
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Contemporary Examples of marginality
It means to be all the things that the individuals he turns into storytellers on Snap naturally are, in all their marginality.NPR’s Smooth-Talking Millennial Whisperer
October 7, 2014
Now it is marginal - and what admiration it attracts, it attracts precisely because of its marginality.David's Book Club: Darkness At Noon
August 26, 2012
A couple of weeks ago, Occupy Wall Street seemed destined for marginality.Unions Join Occupy Wall Street
October 4, 2011
1570s, "written on the margin," from Medieval Latin marginalis, from Latin margo (see margin). Sense of "of little effect or importance" first recorded 1887. Related: Marginally.