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Run out of - Meaning and Definition

 Phrasal Verb

run out of

 Definition

to not have anymore of something

 Examples

- We are about to run out of petrol. We have to find a petrol station fast!

- I'm afraid we've run out of coffee. Would you like some tea?

 Verb and preposition
 separated?
Can't be separated
 Normal or Slang
Normal
 American / British /
 International
International
 Regular / Irregular
Run is an irregular verb. Its forms are: run, ran, run