sell out

US 
UK 
  • n.满座的演出(或比赛等);违反诺言;违背原则
  • Web出卖人家的人;售出清理;全部售空
sell-out
n.
1.
满座的演出(或比赛等)a play, concert, etc. for which all the tickets have been sold
Next week's final looks like being a sell-out.
看来下周的决赛将爆满。
a sell-out tour
场场爆满的巡回演出
2.
违反诺言;违背原则a situation in which sb is not loyal to a person or group who trusted them, by not doing sth that they promised to do, or by doing sth that they promised not to do
The workers see the deal as a union sell-out to management.
工人认为这个协议是工会把他们出卖给了资方。

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