Definition of 'sold out'
Example sentences containing 'sold out'
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He despised them because he reckoned they'd sold out of the only game that mattered, the fighting game. FIELD OF BLOODEvery show was sold out before we'd even left home and everywhere we went Sel was mobbed. MR STARLIGHT (2004)The next day the bookshops sold out, and Venables was besieged with orders. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
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Used Occasionally. sold out is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'sold out'
British English: sold out /səʊld aʊt/ ADJECTIVE
If a performance, sports event, or other entertainment is sold out, all the tickets for it have been sold.
The premiere on Monday is sold out.
- American English: sold out
- Arabic: يَبِيعُ كُلُّ التَّذَاكِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: esgotado
- Chinese: 售空的
- Croatian: rasprodan
- Czech: vyprodaný
- Danish: udsolgt
- Dutch: uitverkocht
- European Spanish: agotado
- Finnish: loppuunmyyty
- French: complet plus de places
- German: ausverkauft
- Greek: ξεπουλημένος
- Italian: esaurito
- Japanese: 売切れの
- Korean: 품절된
- Norwegian: utsolgt
- Polish: wyprzedany
- European Portuguese: esgotado
- Romanian: cu casa închisă
- Russian: распроданный
- Spanish: agotado
- Swedish: slutsåld
- Thai: ขายหมดแล้ว
- Turkish: satılıp tükenmiş
- Ukrainian: розпроданий
- Vietnamese: bán hết
Definition of sold out from the Collins English Dictionary
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