be in the market for
- . to wish to buy or acquire
Example Sentences Including 'be in the market for'
Gerard Houllier is a known admirer of the French Under-21 international defender and would be in the market for him at the right price.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2003)
Of the remaining 709 companies involved in manufacturing industrial products, about half could be assumed to be in the market for MBAs.
Business Today (1998)
The Liverpool manager will be in the market for a new forward in January with Real Madrid's Fernando Morientes on his wish-list.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
The NHL trade deadline is Tuesday, and the Stars could be in the market for reinforcements.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
There's no way you'd be in the market for buying a book like that, but you're in the market for selling!
A Trout in the Milk
With schools just returned for 2005 and universities yet to begin, many people will still be in the market for diaries.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2005)
`No private individual would be in the market for missile casings.
A Nasty Dose of Death
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