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sold

 us   /soʊld/
past simple and past participle ofsell
(Definition of sold from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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soldverb

uk   /səʊld/  us   /soʊld/
past simple and past participle ofsell
sold on sth
very ​enthusiastic about something : I can't say I'm sold on the ​idea.
sold out
When a ​film , concert, etc. is sold out, all of the ​tickets for it have been sold.
When a ​shop is sold out of something, there is no more of that thing ​left to ​buy in it.
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