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Транскрипция и произношение слова "sellout" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

sellout / распродажа, коммерческий успех, полный сбор
[ˈsel.aʊt]
[ˈsel.aʊt]
Перевод
имя существительное
распродажа
sale, sell-out, clearance sale, bargain sale, closeout, give-away
коммерческий успех
sell-out
полный сбор
sell-out
Определения
имя существительное
the selling of an entire stock of something, especially tickets for an entertainment or sports event.
Every week, he pined for a sellout , selling the virtues of a good crowd like a high-school coach, hoping that filled stands would raise the stakes in the 50-50 raffle.
a sale of a business or company.
Two years of home sellouts and the increased concession sales alone could be worth as much as $15 million.
Примеры
‘The sellout of Aer Lingus is a shameful decision,’ Mr Rabbitte told delegates in his opening address at the Brandon Hotel.
Wolf expects a sellout of 25,000 tickets within three weeks of the April 22 sale date.
It was an enormous success and right from the start tickets were a sellout .
the game is sure to be a sellout
Every week, he pined for a sellout , selling the virtues of a good crowd like a high-school coach, hoping that filled stands would raise the stakes in the 50-50 raffle.
Sources at the venue in Manchester, where the funnyman's tour will end on Tuesday July 1, said the sell-out of 9,000 tickets was likely to be a comedy record breaker.
The clean-up of corruption in the public health service has not even got off the ground and the sell-out of its transport services to the private sector must have made someone richer, but it has not stopped the rot.
Two years of home sellouts and the increased concession sales alone could be worth as much as $15 million.
She optimistically spoke about the better language in the contract and began to hear rumors of the sell-out of the union negotiating team.
System overloads, ticket sellouts and irate cricket fans yesterday marked the start of the ticket sales for the 2003 Cricket World Cup to be played in February and March next year.