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Thread: Out of

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    #1

    Out of

    Please let us know how many items are lying with you out of
    our order
    and how much amount is payable to you by us?


    I think "out of our order" eeaans "in our order" or "in the items that we order from you'. Right?


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    #2
    That's probably the intended meaning.
    The sentence wants some corrections, but the context would be helpful.

    FRC

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