I thought I was running low on coffee, because there wasn’t much yesterday. But as it turns out, I wasn’t running short on coffee, I ran out of coffee. No wonder my morning wasn’t running smooth and in fact I was running late. Run. Let’s study together.
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- We’re running low on milk, so we should buy some more at the grocery store.
- The project is running low on funds, and we need to secure additional financing.
- The battery in my phone runs low after just a few hours.
- I’m running short on time, so I won’t be able to complete the entire report today.
- The restaurant ran short on ingredients, so they had to substitute some menu items.
- The plumber is 4 hours late and my patience is running short.
- The company’s budget ran dry before they could complete the project, so they had to seek additional funding.
- During the summer, this river usually runs dry. I wonder where the fish go.
- I wanted to make coffee this morning, but unfortunately, the coffee jar ran dry.
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