To run out

To come to an end; to expire; as, the lease runs out at Michaelmas.
To extend; to spread
To expatiate; as, to run out into beautiful digressions.
- Hammond.
To be wasted or exhausted; to become poor; to become extinct; as, an estate managed without economy will soon run out.
To thrust or push out; to extend.
To waste; to exhaust; as, to run out an estate.
(Baseball) To put out while running between two bases. Also called to run out.

See also: Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Apart from a minor hiccup in the tenth over when Deepika Rasangika got the wicket of Benade caught behind and two balls later, Sri Lanka managed to run out South Africa captain Mignon du Preez, there was no pressure on the batsmen and South Africa cruised to the target in the 18th over.
Hasini Perera and Anushka Sanjeewani were both back in the hut to run outs by the fifth over, and Rebecca Vandort and Siriwardena joined them in the change room soon after, dismissed the same way, leaving Sri Lanka at 34-6 two balls into the eighth over.
Asim Gillani took four wickets for 34 for New Albany with other four Roath wickets falling to run outs.
Declan is in the Northern Ireland under-17 squad and though he is restricted to run outs from the bench he still enjoys the trips to far flung places, like Slovenia.
Earlier England, having lost the last three of four warm-up games in Australia, seemed in need of practice, especially the art of running between the wickets after losing half their side to run outs.
Earlier, Sri Lanka made 219 but lost five men to run outs. Ian Daniels top-scored with a classy 58 and all-rounder Muthumudilage Pushpakumara, recently called up to the senior squad, hit 47 off 67 balls.
Sussex's reply got off to a disastrous start when Rajesh Rao and captain Chris Adams fell to run outs with only 20 scored.