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Run Out - Phrasal Verb



Run Out – to finish something that you were using or need; not enough of sometime

  • I ran out of sugar. I want to make a cake.
  • My dog ran out of energy. She is very tired.
  • We ran out of money. We have to go to the bank.
  • The girls ran out of books to read. I will take them to the library.
  • Do you think we will run out of food? Do you think we should get more food?
  • The girls cell phone ran out of battery. Their cell phone battery is dead.


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