On-demand meaning

Always available. As a result of the Internet, people live in an on-demand world where information and entertainment can be accessed and merchandise can be ordered 24 hours a day. See video-on-demand, print-on-demand, capacity-on-demand, gig economy, utility computing, cloud computing, video streaming and SaaS.
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When presented or asked for. Bills or notes that are payable when requested are known as demand notes. When the bank receives a demand note, it pays it, regardless of who the bearer may be.
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(idiomatic) When needed or required.

The kitten is being fed on demand.

Our new on-demand software delivery system is cutting edge.

prepositional phrase
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