sellout (plural sellouts)

  1. An action in which principles are compromised for financial gain.
  2. A person who compromises his or her principles for financial gain.
    The rock star used to be hardcore, but now he's just a sellout.
  3. The selling of an entire stock of something, especially tickets for an entertainment or sports event.
    The game was a sellout.
  • Portuguese: vendido
  • Russian: прода́жный челове́к

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