This page is about the phrasal verb dry up
Meaning: If something like water or oil dries up, or its source dries up, it means it's all gone and there is none left.
- dry up It hasn't rained for many months and many of our rivers and lakes are drying up fast.
- dry up If the world's oil reserves dry up, we'll have to find other energy sources.
The dams on our farm have dried up because there has been
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Contributor: Matt Errey