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give out

verb phrasal verb with give  /ɡɪv/ ( present participle giving, past tense gave, past participle given) us  

(NOT CONTINUE)

to last no longer, or to work no longer: Food supplies will give out by the end of the week.
Translations of “give out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 出毛病, 停止運作…
in Russian переставать работать, отказывать…
in Turkish pes etmek, durmak, bitmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出毛病, 停止运转…
in Polish odmówić posłuszeństwa…
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