Examples of closeout in a Sentence
a store that sells closeouts
Recent Examples of closeout from the Web
Several electric utilities, which have encouraged customers to switch from conventional vehicles to electric vehicles, have leaped on the Leaf closeout promotion, including Peco Energy Co. in Philadelphia.
Kelley Blue Book said those deals could help sales jump back in August and September, when consumers are accustomed to seeing model year closeout offers and Labor Day sales.
The new posting supported previous blogs that indicated the damage happened during closeout activities at Astrotech Space Operations in Titusville.
From that steady shooting improvement has come gradually more confident work in attacking closeouts.
The Warriors’ veteran big man set the tone for the team’s closeout victory with his physical presence in the second quarter.
The only money earmarked for the two would be for closeout costs such as severance pay.
Items will be half-price or will have special closeout pricing at Saturday's sale.
James: He's just been very special in closeout games.
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First Known Use of closeout
Definition of close out
- closed out his share of the business
- close out a career
Examples of close out in a Sentence
the team closed out the season with major losses
don't assume an attitude that closes out any possibility of a compromise
First Known Use of close out
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CLOSEOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of closeout for English Language Learners
: a sale in which a store tries to sell all of its products because the store is going out of business
: a sale to sell all of the old models of a product so that a store can sell the new models
: a product that is being sold at a closeout
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