sell out

This page is about the phrasal verb sell out.

Meaning: to sell all the stock of something, and have none left

For example:

  • sell out If you sell out before the next delivery date, you should order more stock next time.

  • sell out of something The shop near our apartment had sold out of milk, so we had to drink black coffee.

Quick Quiz:

We quickly sold out of those black jeans, so we'll have to order

a. less next time

b. more next time

c. the same amount next time

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Contributor: Matt Errey