run out

run out
run out
1) (become exhausted) [supplies, oil] finire, esaurirsi

time is running out — il tempo sta finendo

my patience is running out — sto perdendo la pazienza

2) (have no more) [pen] essere finito; [vending machine] essere vuoto

sorry, I've run out — mi dispiace, non ne ho più

3) (expire) [passport] scadere; run out of non avere più [time, money, ideas]

the car ran out of petrol — la macchina ha finito la benzina

* * *
1) ((of a supply) to come to an end: The food has run out.) finire
2) ((with of) to have no more: We've run out of money.) (essere rimasto senza)
* * *
vi + adv
(contract, lease) scadere, (food, money etc) finire, esaurirsi, (person) uscire di corsa, (liquid) colare

the supplies have run out — le provviste sono finite

time is running out — ormai c'è poco tempo

* * *
run out
1) (become exhausted) [supplies, oil] finire, esaurirsi

time is running out — il tempo sta finendo

my patience is running out — sto perdendo la pazienza

2) (have no more) [pen] essere finito; [vending machine] essere vuoto

sorry, I've run out — mi dispiace, non ne ho più

3) (expire) [passport] scadere; run out of non avere più [time, money, ideas]

the car ran out of petrol — la macchina ha finito la benzina


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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