This page is about the phrasal verb sell out.
Meaning: to sell all the stock of something, and have none left
- 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.
We quickly sold out of those black jeans, so we'll have to order
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Contributor: Matt Errey