Idiom:  on the market


Idiom:  on the market

  • available
  • available to have or purchase

Example sentences

  • I heard your ex-girlfriend is on the market again after her latest boyfriend dumped her.
  • Our house has been on the market for almost two years so we’ve decided to keep it and rent it for a few years.
  • We'll put our car on the market after we get it tuned up.
  • I just saw the artist you like has some new sculptures and paintings on the market again.
  • After they finish the condo section, some large single-family homes will come on the market.
  • There's nothing on the market that I'm interested in at the moment so I'll wait until next year to get a new computer.
  • Why aren't there more compact cars on the market anymore?


  • up for sale
  • on the block

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