in sight

Definition of "in sight"
  1. A term describing a commodity that has arrived at central locations near production areas, implying that the delivery can be made promptly and its quantity and quality are now confirmed
How to use "in sight" in a sentence
  1. We have 200 tons of cotton in sight for this week's delivery.
  2. The traders became more optimistic when they saw that large amounts of wheat were in sight.
  3. Due to seasonal factors, the amounts of fresh fruits in sight vary throughout the year.

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