sold out


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sold out

[of a product] completely sold with no more items remaining; [of a store] having no more of a particular product. The tickets were sold out so we couldn't go to the concert. I wanted new shoes like yours, but they were sold out.
See also: out, sold
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Following last week's announcement of multiple sell-outs in Boston, New York and Toronto, tickets for each of the additional cities put on sale this weekend are also now sold out.
SOLD Out, which republishes oldish PC games at the giveaway price of pounds 4.
We have sold out for the Scotland and France games and more than 50,00 tickets have already gone for the Italy match.
This has enabled the Erie Times-News to physically map the areas where subscriber no-pays exist and where single copy subscriptions are regularly sold out or returned.
Many screenings for tonight, tomorrow and Sunday have sold out.