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the bottom drops/falls out of the market

If the bottom drops out of the market of a product, people stop buying it: The bottom has fallen out of the fur coat market.
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Translations of “the bottom drops/falls out of the market”
in Chinese (Simplified) (产品)卖不出去…
in Chinese (Traditional) (産品)賣不出去, 滯銷…
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