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Definition of the noun run out
What does run out mean as a name of something?
Specialised definition of the noun run out
Glossary of sports / cricket
when a fielder throws the ball and dislodges the bails before the batsman has reached his ground, the batsman thus being out (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)
Definition of the verb run out
What does run out mean as a doing phrase?
- become used up; be exhausted
- flow off gradually
- leave suddenly and as if in a hurry
- lose validity
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula there [Verb] [Theme] [Path Preposition] [Location] There meanders a river through the valley there [Verb] [Path Preposition] [Location] [Theme] There meanders through the valley a river [Theme - elongated] [Verb] [Path Preposition] [Location] The river runs through the valley [Path Preposition] [Location] [Verb] [Theme] Through the valley meanders the river
Verbs of Existence (with the same syntax): angle, ascend, bend, cascade, climb, crawl, crest, crisscross, cross, cut, descend, dip, dive, drop, edge, emerge, go, meander, mount, pass, plummet, plunge, range, rise, run, skirt, slant, snake, straggle, stretch, sweep, swerve, tumble, turn, twist, undulate, veer, wander, weave, wind, zigzag.
- lexical domain: Stative - verbs of being, having, spatial relations
- synonym of run out: expire
- more generic word: discontinue = come to or be at an end
- flow, run or fall out and become lost
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula Verbs with the same syntax [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] Amanda carried the package | Amanda drove the package Verbs of Carrying: carry, drag, draw, haul, heft, hoist, lug, nudge, pull, run, schlep, tote, tow, tug, yank [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] to / towards [Destination] Amanda carried the package to New York | Amanda drove the package to New York [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] to / towards [Destination] from / out / out of / off / off of [Source] Amanda carried the package to New York from home [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] from / out / out of / off / off of [Source] Amanda carried the package from home | Amanda drove the package from home [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] from / out / out of / off / off of [Source] to / towards [Destination] Amanda carried the package from home to New York | Amanda drove the package from home to New York there [Verb] [Theme, indefinite] [Path Preposition] [Location] There jumped a little white rabbit out of the box Verbs of Motion: amble, backpack, bolt, bounce, bound, bowl, canter, carom, cavort, charge, clamber, climb, clump, coast, crawl, creep, dart, dash, dodder, drift, file, flit, float, fly, frolic, gallop, gambol, glide, goose step, hasten, hike, hobble, hop, hurry, hurtle, inch, jog, journey, jump, leap, limp, lollop, lope, lumber, lurch, march, meander, mince, mosey, nip, pad, parade, perambulate, plod, prance, promenade, prowl, race, ramble, roam, roll, romp, rove, run, rush, sashay, saunter, scamper, scoot, scram, scramble, scud, scurry, scuttle, shamble, shuffle, sidle, skedaddle, skip, skitter, skulk, sleepwalk, slide, slink, slither, slog, slouch, sneak, somersault, speed, stagger, step, stomp, stray, streak, stride, stroll, strut, stumble, stump, swagger, sweep, swerve, swim, tack, tear, tiptoe, toddle, toil, totter, tour, traipse, tramp, travel, trek, troop, trot, trudge, trundle, vault, waddle, wade, walk, wander, weave, whiz, zigzag, zoom there [Verb] [Path Preposition] [Location, concrete] [Theme, indefinite] There jumped out of the box a little white rabbit [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] He skated Penny | Tom jumped the horse [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] [Adjective] Bill rolled the drawer open | He rode her seasick | He skated Penny exhausted | Tom walked the dog exhausted [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] to / into [Oblique, state] Bill rolled the drawer to an open position | He rode her to sickness | He skated Penny to exhaustion | Tom walked the dog to exhaustion [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] [Spatial Preposition] [Location] Tom jumped the horse over the fence [Theme - being or machine] [Verb] The horse jumped [Theme - being or machine] [Verb] [Location, concrete] The horse jumped the stream [Theme - being or machine] [Verb] [Oblique 1] to / into [Oblique 2, state] Claire skated her skates blades to shreds | She waltzed herself to sickness | We walked ourselves into a state of exhaustion [Theme - being or machine] [Verb] [Oblique 1] [Path Preposition] [Oblique 2] Tom ran the soles off his shoes [Theme - being or machine] [Verb] [Spatial Preposition] [Location] The horse jumped over the fence [Path Preposition] [Location] [Verb] [Theme] Out of the box jumped a little white rabbit
- lexical domain: Motions - verbs of walking, flying, swimming
- synonym of run out: spill
- more generic words: course / feed / flow / run = move along, of liquids
- more specific terms: brim over / well over / overflow / run over / overrun = flow or run over
- exhaust the supply of
- prove insufficient
- use up all one's strength and energy and stop working
Alternative definition of the verb run out
- [idiomatic] To use up; to consume all of something.
- to expire, to come to an end
- [cricket] To get a batsman out via a run out (see above); or, to be got out in this way.
- Of a legal right, to expire, to terminate.
- To extend a piece of material, or clothing.
- To conclude in, to end up
Specialised definition of the verb run out
Glossary of sports / cricket
to dismiss a player who is trying to complete a run by breaking the wicket with the ball before he or she has reached the crease (2006. Dictionary of Sport and Exercise Science. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)
- "Run Out" is a 2013 short animated film directed by Michael Haas and Thomas Schienagel.
- country: Germany
- directors: Michael Haas & Thomas Schienagel
- producers: Michael Haas, Thomas Schienagel, Jürgen Schopper
- based on a story by Michael Haas & Thomas Schienagel
- music by Simon Scharf
- genres: Animation, Action Film, Adventure Film, Fantasy
- released in (4 years ago)
- official website: www.durchgebrannt-movie.com
- "Run Out" is a film.
- language: Bengali Language
- starring: Naila Nayem
- genres: Bengali Cinema, World cinema
"Run Out" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Matt Boyer
- Run out is a method of dismissal in the sport of cricket. It is governed by Law 38 of the Laws of cricket.
- also known as 追殺
- Run Out a.k.a. Run-out or runout is an inaccuracy of rotating mechanical systems, specifically that the tool or shaft does not rotate exactly in line with the main axis. For example; when drilling, run-out will result in a larger hole than the drill's nominal diameter due to the drill being rotated eccentrically. In the case of bearings, run-out will cause vibration of the machine and increased loads on the bearings.
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A Cyclopedic Reference to More Than 7,000 Words, Names, Phrases, and Slang Expressions that Define the Game, Its Heritage, Culture, and Variations by Paul Dickson
run it out See run out, 1. 1st Use. 1910. (American Magazine, Apr.; Edward J. Nichols). runner An ...
by Cora Sylestine, Heather K. Hardy, Timothy Montler
rub off—run out 613 614 run toward—rustler run toward to run toward, run up. rub off to scrape, rub off (one object): mitoffichi. ruffian pasāali. ruffles istiwwiliksi. rug itapatáaka. ruin to break something, tear up, ruin: alwahli, to break up, ruin, ...
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Usage statistics about run out
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- T2 Run Out
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- Ideas never run out
(or: "Just never run out of ideas." Take your pick)
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- Toilet paper will never run out.
Zeno's paradox: before you can get to the end of the toilet paper roll, you have to use half of it first. And then you'll have to use half of what's left. And now matter how many times you go through this process, you still won't be at the end of the toilet paper. Ergo, Toilet paper will never run out.
Wait a minute! who used up all of the...
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- Stellagama stellio cypriaca. Run Out.
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- And run out.
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- Run out the clock Meaning
Video shows what run out the clock means. To preserve a lead in a game by retaining possession, to waste time.. Run out the clock Meaning. How to pronounce ...
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