out of stock
phrasal having no more on hand ; completely sold out

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • out of stock — ➔ stock * * * out of stock UK US adjective (ABBREVIATION OS, O/S) COMMERCE ► products that are out of stock are not available to buy in a store because they have all been sold: »You will be notified by email if any part of your order is out of… …   Financial and business terms

  • out of stock — {adj. phr.} Having none for sale or use; no longer in supply; sold out. * /When Father tried to get tires for an old car, the man in the store said that size was out of stock and were not sold anymore./ * /So many children have bought balloons… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of stock — {adj. phr.} Having none for sale or use; no longer in supply; sold out. * /When Father tried to get tires for an old car, the man in the store said that size was out of stock and were not sold anymore./ * /So many children have bought balloons… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Out-of-Stock — Als Regallücke (engl. Out of Stock) wird im Einzelhandel ein Regalplatz bezeichnet, der nicht mehr durch den vorgesehenen Artikel gefüllt ist. Bei einer weltweiten Studie wurde eine durchschnittliche OoS Quote von 8,3% ermittelt.[1] Dabei treten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • out of stock — adjective Temporarily unavailable for sale. Sorry, theres been a run on gribbets and were out of stock …   Wiktionary

  • Out of stock — Нет на складе, распродано …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • out of print — {adj. phr.} No longer obtainable from the publisher because the printed copies have been sold out; no longer printed. * /The book is out of print. An edition of one thousand copies was sold and no more copies were printed./ Compare: OUT OF STOCK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of print — {adj. phr.} No longer obtainable from the publisher because the printed copies have been sold out; no longer printed. * /The book is out of print. An edition of one thousand copies was sold and no more copies were printed./ Compare: OUT OF STOCK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Having none in stock] Syn. all out of stock, not in stock, gone; see depleted , sold out . 2. [From] Syn. out from, away from, from within; see from . 3. [Beyond] Syn. outside of, on the border of, in the outskirts; see… …   English dictionary for students

  • out of season — Synonyms and related words: aestival, ahead of time, anachronistic, antedated, arctic, at a premium, autumn, autumnal, back number, beforehand, behind the times, behind time, behindhand, boreal, brumal, canicular, dated, early, equinoctial,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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