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ˈsell-out , sell‧out /ˈselaʊt/ noun [singular]


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sell out
[verb]
Synonyms:
- dispose of, be out of stock of, get rid of, run out of
- betray, double-cross (informal), sell down the river (informal), stab in the back
Related Words: dump, move, unload, sacrifice
English Thesaurus: hit, beat, strike, punch, thump, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

sell out phrasal verb (see also sell)

1. if a shop sells out of something, it has no more of that particular thing left to sell
be/have sold out
Sorry, we’re sold out.
sell out of
We’ve completely sold out of those shirts in your size, sir.

2. if products, tickets for an event etc sell out, they are all sold and there are none left:
Wow! Those cakes sold out fast.
be/have sold out
Tonight’s performance is completely sold out.

3. to change your beliefs or principles, especially in order to get more money or some other advantage – used to show disapproval:
ex-hippies who’ve sold out and become respectable businessmen

4. to sell your business or your share in a business:
Wyman says he’ll sell out if business doesn’t pick up.
sell out to
The T-mail Co. has sold out to San José-based DMX Inc for an undisclosed sum.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ˈsell-out , sell‧out /ˈselaʊt/ noun [singular]

1. a performance, sports game etc for which all the tickets have been sold:
The concert was expected to be a sell-out.
a sellout crowd of 32,000

2. informal a situation in which someone has not done what they promised to do or were expected to do by the people who trusted them:
a sellout of the poor for political reasons

3. informal someone who has not done what they promised to do or who is not loyal to their friends or supporters, especially in order to become more popular, richer etc:
Many black students regarded him as a sellout.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sell out
sell out (of (something))
to sell all of something, so that there is none left.
We sold out of the souvenir T-shirts in the first couple of hours.

During the summer the campgrounds are sold out each night.

Her cruises regularly book up months in advance and almost always sell out.

sell out (someone/something)
to stop being loyal to someone or something.
He accused Congress of selling out the American people to lawyers who opposed the bill.

I could sell you all out and go straight to the police with this information.

Usage notes: often money is the advantage that is gotten:
Anyone who would sell out his own country for money deserves to go to prison for life.

to accept money to stop following your principles.
So many musicians simply sell out to the demands of the industry and abandon their art.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

sell out something
sell out (someone/something)
to stop being loyal to someone or something.
He accused Congress of selling out the American people to lawyers who opposed the bill.

I could sell you all out and go straight to the police with this information.

Usage notes: often money is the advantage that is gotten:
Anyone who would sell out his own country for money deserves to go to prison for life.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

sell out
1.sell out
to sell all of a product
Every year our company is able to sell out most of our summer goods.

2.sell out (someone or something)
to be disloyal, to betray someone or something
The man does not want to sell out his moral values when he begins work for the new company.

3.sell (something) out
to sell all of something
They sold the concert out in every city that it went to.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

sell out something
sell out (someone or something)
to be disloyal, to betray someone or something
The man does not want to sell out his moral values when he begins work for the new company.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

sell something out
sell (something) out
to sell all of something
They sold the concert out in every city that it went to.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

sell out
v.
1a. To sell all of a certain thing which a store has in stock.
In the store's January white sale the sheets and pillowcases were sold out in two days.
1b. To sell all the stock and close the store; go out of business.
The local hardware store sold out last month and was replaced by a cafe.
2. informal To be unfaithful to your country for money or other reward; be disloyal; sell a secret; accept a bribe.
In the Revolutionary War, Benedict Arnold sold out to the British.
The dishonest wrestler sold out to his opponent for a hundred dollars.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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