I assume that the expression "out of [something]" refers to the fact that the object is currently unavailable. In that case, could you please tell me some examples that can replace the phrase "out of [something]"?
Yes! You're correct that to be "out of something" means something is unavailable or out of stock. You could also say "don't have anymore..." or "... is finished". Ex: The rice in the cupboard is finished. Add it to the list, and I'll get some later. Ex: We're out of fresh bagels. Would you like something else instead, sir? Ex: They don't have any more blue frames. What about a white frame?
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