Phrasal Verbs.

‘Add up’ – has two meanings, one example is to total up mathematically.

Example, ‘I just want to ‘add this bill up’ again.  I think there is a mistake’.

Or, ‘Things just don’t ‘add up’.  Yesterday, you told me you didn’t go to the party.  Now I find out you went with another guy’.

‘Add up’ – means, things don’t make sense, or an explanation is not satisfactory.

‘Run out’ means, to have nothing left of something.

Example, ‘We’ve ‘run out’ of sugar!  Remember to get some when we go shopping.’

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