English version

be somebody’s for the asking

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe somebody’s for the askingbe somebody’s for the askingASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO something informal if something is yours for the asking, you can have it if you want it The job was hers for the asking. ask
Examples from the Corpus
be somebody’s for the askingIt can be had for the asking.The men we pass on the street look me over, as if I too might be available for the asking.These data are there for the asking, and they can provide a shortcut to long hours of interviews and observations.Liverpool was taking a beating, and rumours were free for the asking on every street corner and in every food queue.Tomatoes are free for the asking, sacks of tomatoes are thrust on you after church.
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