Friday’s Phrasal Verbs make up for – com

Friday’s Phrasal Verbs

make up for – compensate
“We must explore other sources of revenue to make up for our first quarter losses.”

make off with – steal something, take it away
“The burglars made off with all of the electronic equipment in our recording studio.”

run across – to find something by chance, unexpectedly
“I was up in the attic, and I ran across some essays that I’d written in high school.”

run out of – exhaust a supply
“The petrol gauge was broken and we ran out of petrol on the motorway!”

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