seller's market

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Noun[edit]

seller's market (plural seller's markets or sellers' markets)

  1. (economics, finance, idiomatic) An excess of demand over supply, leading to abnormally high prices; a market condition favoring the seller.
    Pay any price you have to. We're in a seller's market right now.

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