What does “be out of something” mean?
"out of something" means something is not available anymore, or to no longer have something anymore. In this dialogue, Grizzly bear doesn't have anymore idea to rescue ice bear captured in ice block. Here are some examples of "out of something" Ex: Due to the outbreak of pandemic disease, grocery stores and pharmacies are out of masks. Ex: My car is out of fuel.
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