run\ out


run\ out
1. I
1) the tide is running out начался отлив, вода спадает
2) our supplies (the stock of cigarettes, food supplies, etc.) are running out наши запасы и т.д. подходят к концу /кончаются/; his money is running out у него кончаются деньги; time is running out время истекает /подходит к концу/: his patience is running out у него лопается терпение; the lease on the house (my subscription, their contract, this agreement, etc.) has run out срок аренды и т.д. истек /кончился/
2. III
run out smth. /smth. out/ run out a race (a competition, etc.) завершать забег и т.д.
3. XI
be run out on the aid did not arrive on the promised day, giving us the unpleasant feeling of having been run out on помощь в обещанный день не подоспела, и у нас появилось неприятное чувство, что нас забыли /бросили/
4. XVI
1) run out on smb. run out on a friend (on an ally, on one's family, on one's children, etc.) бросить друга и т.д. в беде; no one could accuse him of running out on a friend никто не мог бросить ему обвинение в том, что он бросил /оставил/ друга в беде
2) run out into smth. a strip of land (a pier, a reef, etc.) runs out into the sea узкая полоса земля и т.д. выдается в море; a line runs out into the margin строка залезает на поля
3) run out on (in, towards, at, etc.) some time the lease on the house (our contract, this concession, etc.) runs out on the 30th (in a few months, towards the end of the year, at the beginning of the next month, etc.) срок аренды и т.д. кончается /истекает/ тридцатого числа и т.д.
4) run out at smth. coll. expenses (the cost, the estimate, etc.) ran out at t 500 (at a great deal, at more than we can pay, etc.) расходы и т.д. исчисляются пятьюстами фунтами /составляют пятьсот фунтов/ и т.д.; the actual bill runs out at considerably more than the original estimate представленный счет значительно превышает первоначальную смету; what does the cost of converting the present building run out at? сколько будет стоить перестройка этого здания?
5. XVIII
run oneself out the participants began to run themselves out участники соревнования начали выдыхаться
6. XXI1
run out smth. /smth. out/ into smth. run out a line into the margins заехать на поля (при письме)

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • run out — {v.} 1a. To come to an end; be used up. * /Jerry almost got across the brook on the slippery stones but his luck ran out and he slipped and fell./ * /We d better do our Christmas shopping; time is running out./ Syn.: GIVE OUT(5). 1b. To use all… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run out — {v.} 1a. To come to an end; be used up. * /Jerry almost got across the brook on the slippery stones but his luck ran out and he slipped and fell./ * /We d better do our Christmas shopping; time is running out./ Syn.: GIVE OUT(5). 1b. To use all… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run out — verb Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. a. to come to an end ; expire < time ran out > b. to become exhausted or used up < the gasoline ran out > 2. to jut out transitive verb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • run out on — {v. phr.} To leave someone in the lurch; abandon another. * /When Ted ran out on Delores, she got so angry that she sued him for divorce./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run out on — {v. phr.} To leave someone in the lurch; abandon another. * /When Ted ran out on Delores, she got so angry that she sued him for divorce./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run out of — phrasal to use up the available supply of < ran out of time > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • run out on — phrasal desert …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • run out the clock — phrasal see kill the clock …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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