fresh out (of something)
1. Having no stock of a certain item or product because the last one has just been sold or used. I'm sorry, but it looks like we're fresh out! People are going crazy for these little gizmos. They checked their inventory, but apparently they're fresh out of the blender that's on sale.
2. Having just completed a particular task or goal, often a level of education. This candidate is fresh out of college and has no teaching experience. I'm fresh out of swim practice, so I need to shower.
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fresh out (of something)and clean out (of something)
just now having sold or used up the last of something. Sorry, I can't serve you scrambled eggs. We are fresh out of eggs. We are fresh out of nails. I sold the last box just ten minutes ago. Lettuce? Sorry. I'm clean out.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.