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to run out

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  • run out of steam — (informal) To be forced to stop through loss of impetus, strength or energy • • • Main Entry: ↑steam * * * run out of/lose/steam phrase to lose energy, enthusiasm, or importance David seems to be running out of steam …   Useful english dictionary

  • run out of something — ˌrun ˈout (of sth) derived to use up or finish a supply of sth • We ran out of fuel. • Could I have a cigarette? I seem to have run out. Main entry: ↑runderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • run out — [v] fail, be exhausted be cleaned out*, be out of, cease, close, come to a close, depart, dissipate, dry up, end, exhaust, expire, finish, give out, go, have no more, have none left, lose, peter out*, stop, terminate, tire, waste, waste away,… …   New thesaurus

  • run out of time — ► to have no time left to finish something or get to a place: »We re running out of time the report has to be ready for the meeting tonight. Main Entry: ↑run …   Financial and business terms

  • run out of steam — run out of power or energy, run out of fuel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • run-out — ► NOUN 1) Cricket the dismissal of a batsman by being run out. 2) informal a short session of play or practice in a sport …   English terms dictionary

  • run out of something — run out (of (something)) to have no more of something. He just ran out of ideas. Time simply ran out …   New idioms dictionary

  • run out of — run out (of (something)) to have no more of something. He just ran out of ideas. Time simply ran out …   New idioms dictionary

  • run out — (of (something)) to have no more of something. He just ran out of ideas. Time simply ran out …   New idioms dictionary

  • run-out — /run owt /, n. Manège. the act of evading a jump or jumping outside of the limiting markers. [1865 70; n. use of v. phrase run out] * * * …   Universalium

  • run out — ► run out 1) use up or be used up. 2) become no longer valid. 3) extend; project. 4) Cricket dismiss (a batsman) by dislodging the bails with the ball while the batsman is still running. Main Entry: ↑run …   English terms dictionary


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