English version

be in/out of season

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in/out of seasonbe in/out of seasonvegetables and fruit that are in season are cheap and easily available because it is the time of year when they are ready to eat. If they are out of season, they are expensive or not available Vine tomatoes are in season from April to October. season
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