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  1. run out

    • ph.
      (of a supply of something) be used up;use up one's supply of something
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    • 1. (of a supply of something) be used up
    • 2. use up one's supply of something
    • 3. become no longer valid
    • 4. (of rope) be paid out
    • 5. extend; project
    • 6. dismiss a batsman by dislodging the bails with the ball while the batsman is still running between the wickets
    • 7. emerge from a contest in a specified position
    • n.
      the dismissal of a batsman by being run out: TV assistance for umpires in run-outs and stumpings

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    • ph.
      abandon someone

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    • ph.
      abandon someone

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    • ph.
      dismiss a batsman by dislodging the bails with the ball while the batsman is still running ...

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    • ph.
      (especially in sports) deliberately use as much time as possible in order to preserve one's ...

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    • ph.
      run out of energy; lose momentum

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    • ph.
      lose impetus or enthusiasm

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    • ph.
      run out of energy; lose momentum

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    • ph.
      (of a supply of something) be used up

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