fresh\ out

Lacking possession. In contrast to the simpler out, fresh out need not apply to a collection.

Q: Do you have a light? Q: Can I borrow a buck? Q:Do you know how to get to the IHOP?

A: Sorry, I'm fresh out.


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  • fresh out — (of something) US informal used to say that you do not have any more of something “Are there any bagels left?” “I m sorry, we re fresh out (of them).” I m fresh out of ideas. [=I don t have any more ideas] We re fresh out of time. • • • Main… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fresh out of — (something) 1. having just completed something. We hired her fresh out of law school. Usage notes: often said about someone who has just completed an educational program 2. having just finished or sold all of something. Sorry, we re fresh out of… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fresh out of — adjective a) of someone who has recently left one stage of life to begin another. That boy was one of the new draft, fresh out of boot camp, and yet it was his duty to pass messages upon which the fate of a battle might depend. b) having… …   Wiktionary

  • fresh out — do not have any, all used up    I wish I could lend you some rice, but I m fresh out …   English idioms

  • fresh out of something — mainly american informal phrase used for saying that you have just finished all of your supply of a particular thing I’m sorry, I’m fresh out of coffee. Thesaurus: nothing, none and no onesynonym everything and including everythingsynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • fresh out of something — fresh out of (something) 1. having just completed something. We hired her fresh out of law school. Usage notes: often said about someone who has just completed an educational program 2. having just finished or sold all of something. Sorry, we re… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fresh out of something — mainly American informal used for saying that you have just finished all of your supply of a particular thing I m sorry, I m fresh out of coffee …   English dictionary

  • be fresh out of something — be fresh out of (something) American & Australian to have just finished or sold a supply of something, and have no more left. Sorry, we re fresh out of bread this morning …   New idioms dictionary

  • be fresh out of — (something) American & Australian to have just finished or sold a supply of something, and have no more left. Sorry, we re fresh out of bread this morning …   New idioms dictionary

  • be fresh out of — informal have just run out of. → fresh …   English new terms dictionary

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