run out of

run out of
Definition: to not have enough of something that you usually have. E.g.1: Your computer crashed because it ran out of memory.
E.g.2: The printer has run out of paper.
E.g.3: I want to work on my computer all night, but I’ve run out of coffee and cigarettes.
This phrasal verb cannot be separated.

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