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Run Out Of Steam

Run Out Of Steam - you do not have any energy left; you run out of energy

  • I ran out of steam, after running the race.
  • My mother always runs out of steam at the end of the day.
  • Jenni, what happened to you? Did you run out of steam?
  • We ran out of steam, when we walked all over Paris.
  • We worked all day and all night cleaning the house. I think we ran out of steam.

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