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dry up

phrasal verb with dry uk   us   /draɪ/ verb (dries, drying, dried, dried)
[I] to no ​longer exist or be ​available: Their ​wholesalebusiness has largely dried up. Money is drying up for ​peopleseeking home-equity ​loans or ​lines of ​credit to ​financeprojects.
(Definition of dry up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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