Meaning of availability in English:

availability

Pronunciation /əveɪləˈbɪlɪti/

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noun

  • 1The quality of being able to be used or obtained.

    ‘turkey producers had been losing sales because of the all-year-round availability of beef’
    • ‘the availability of social housing varies widely in rural areas’
    • ‘Remove bird feeders to help lower the availability of food for voles.’
    • ‘The soil moisture profile should be replenished by the third week of June to provide for optimum water availability.’
    • ‘Accurate prediction of fertilizer nitrogen availability will be difficult.’
    • ‘The availability of modern health services in the larger cities contributes to better and early diagnosis.’
    • ‘The efficacy is affected by the availability of molecular oxygen in the targeted tumor tissue during irradiation.’
    • ‘The widespread availability of computer technology makes the application of ecological footprint analysis feasible as a homework assignment for the students.’
    • ‘College characteristics such as cost, availability of financial aid, and location are all considered.’
    • ‘Both groups identified the availability of career opportunities as the most influential factor in their selection of an academic major.’
    • ‘One consequence is a reduction in the availability of educated professionals for the agricultural industry.’
    • ‘Food availability was not an issue.’
    1. 1.1The state of being otherwise unoccupied; freedom to do something.
      ‘they enquired as to my availability for a game the following evening’
      • ‘The inspector will inquire about the availability of the staff during the survey time schedule.’
      • ‘Any teams interested in entering should contact the tournament organizer with details of their availability.’
      • ‘We made an inquiry last week to establish his availability.’
      • ‘His apparent availability may now alert other interested parties as well.’
      • ‘They are compiling a list of every officer's availability to fly to Southeast Asia to help with the search.’
      • ‘The message has been sent out to all divisions asking for the availability and status of certain specialists including forensic officers.’
      • ‘He was cited for his knowledge and skill and his availability to his fellow doctors in caring for mutual patients.’
      • ‘He never placed barriers in the way of his warmth and friendship, and his availability to help any of his colleagues.’
      • ‘He announced his availability to serve as energy czar in the new administration.’
      • ‘He was a frequent pundit on TV news, where he twice floated his availability to return as police chief.’
    2. 1.2informal The state of not being currently involved in a sexual or romantic relationship.
      • ‘if you call yourself 'Miss' you're advertising your availability to any man who takes a fancy’