sellout(redirected from Sell Outs)
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1. The act of selling out.
2. An event for which all the tickets are sold.
3. Slang One who has betrayed one's principles or an espoused cause.
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1. an entertainment for which all the seats are sold.
2. a person who betrays a cause, organization, principles, etc., esp. for money or personal advantage; traitor.
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modif [match, concert] → à guichets fermés
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b. (betrayal, to enemy) → tradimento
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