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bin-end

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Definition of bin-end in English:

noun

British
One of the last bottles from a bin of wine, usually sold at a reduced price.
Example sentences
  • Last week I had thought that Majestic Wine Warehouse's bin-ends and Lay & Wheeler's 200-strong Great Warehouse Sale were the best I was likely to see this year.
  • Lay & Wheeler's sale is always worth raiding, and this year burgundy hogs their bin-ends.
  • Traditional logic would dictate that you march out to the discount store and find something on sale or probe the bin-ends of your local bottle shop to get those last few discontinued items.

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