become used up; be exhausted
"Our supplies finally ran out"
drain, run out(verb)
flow off gradually
"The rain water drains into this big vat"
run off, run out, bolt, bolt out, beetle off(verb)
leave suddenly and as if in a hurry
"The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"; "When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
beetle off, waste, absquatulate, bolt, decamp, photocopy, chase away, peter out, gobble, run off, poop out, drive out, run down, spill, make off, fail, bolt out, drive off, abscond, expire, conk out, give out, drive away, drain, xerox, dispel, elope, go off, turn back
run out, expire(verb)
"My passports expired last month"
go, beetle off, conk out, choke, breathe out, bolt, croak, exit, perish, snuff it, pass away, cash in one's chips, run off, poop out, conk, bolt out, run down, drop dead, drain, fail, peter out, die, pop off, buy the farm, give out, give-up the ghost, pass, expire, kick the bucket, spill, decease, exhale
spill, run out(verb)
flow, run or fall out and become lost
"The milk spilled across the floor"; "The wine spilled onto the table"
exhaust the supply of
"We ran out of time just as the discussion was getting interesting"
fail, run out, give out(verb)
"The water supply for the town failed after a long drought"
go, beetle off, conk out, give way, fail, flunk, bomb, betray, peter out, break down, poop out, die, bolt, run down, neglect, drain, break, bolt out, flush it, run off, pass out, miscarry, give off, give out, emit, expire, spill, go wrong, distribute, hand out, go bad
poop out, peter out, run down, run out, conk out(verb)
use up all one's strength and energy and stop working
"At the end of the march, I pooped out"
fizzle out, run over, conk out, play out, run off, scan, give way, die, bolt, beetle off, skim, break down, poop out, fizzle, bolt out, run down, break, drain, fail, peter out, exhaust, glance over, check out, rake, give out, sap, expire, spill, go, taper off, go bad, tire
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How to use run out in a sentence?
We run out of cash in mid-February, that is four or five months before that virus is going to stop in a best case scenario.
People are complaining about the rising costs of living, of having no money for spending, their patience will gradually run out. Sooner or later this pot will boil over.
Although revenues are indeed running below forecast right now, it’s not as though we’ve run out of money, depending on what the next forecast shows, we’ll decide if we need to take action, and if so, what those actions will be.
Our economy is going to run out of airport capacity in the south by 2025, the effect on exports is going to be dramatic, a potential 5 billion (pounds) lost exports by 2030 if we don't act. It feels like a real failure of leadership. We need this decision to be taken quickly.
For the time being, looking at the number of injured, and the number of those being affected, these supplies can cater for 3 to 4 weeks, but if there is no ceasefire and there is no reduction in the scale, scope and intensity of the conflict, even if it goes by the current intensity, we will run out of these supplies.
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- agotar, vencer, extinguir, expirarSpanish
- päättyä, käyttää loppuun, loppuaFinnish
- toucher à sa fin, être à court, épuiser, venir à expirationFrench
- finire, esaurireItalian
- иссякать, заканчиваться, кончиться, закончиться, кончаться, иссякнутьRussian
- ponestati, понестатиSerbo-Croatian
- gå ut, slut, förfallaSwedish
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