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底を突く, そこをつく

  • sokowotsuku

Definition

Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ku' ending

  • to run out of

Examples of 底を突く,そこをつく in a Sentence

我々食料底を突いた
Our supply of food is exhausted.
探検隊供給物質やがて底をついた
The expedition's supplies soon gave out.
貯金底を突く
Drain one's bank account.
ダウ平均は35ポイント下がって底をつきました
The Dow plunged 35 points and then bottomed out.
インド滞在中お金底をついた
I ran out of money during my stay in India.
New forms of energy must be developed before oil dries up.
兵士食料底をつきかけている。
The soldiers' food supply is running out.
食料底をつきかけてきた
Both our food and water were running out.
困ったこと底をつきかけている。
The trouble is that there is little water left.

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