How do you say ‘mauubos’ and ‘kukulangin’ in English using ‘run’

Three usages of ‘run’:

RUN LOW ON (to approach running out of), RUN SHORT (to become insufficient), RUN SHORT OF (to use up, run low on)

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mauubusan

Mauubusan kami ng mga opsyon.

We are running low on options. (Merriam-Webster’s sample; we supplied the pronoun ‘we’ and the verb ‘are’)

kukulangin

Kukulangin ang suplay.

The supply will run short.

kinulang/naubusan

Kinulang/Naubusan kami ng bala.

We ran short of ammunition.

mauubos/papaubos/papahina

Papaubos/Humihina/Papahina/Mauubos na (ang power) ng battery ko.

My battery is running low.

What is ‘mabi-blame ka’ and ‘mapapatalsik ka’ in straight English?

You will use ‘run’

Merriam-Webster’s usage of ‘run’: To make oneself liable to, incur

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manganganib ka

Manganganib kang makastigo.

Or

Manganganib ka sa kastigo.

You will run the risk of penalty.

masisisi ka

Masisisi ka.

You will run the blame.

mapapatalsik ka

Mapapatalsik ka.

You will run getting kicked out.

What is ‘biglang nagkita’ in English?

You will use ‘run into’

Merriam-Webster’s usage of ‘run into’: To meet by chance

BIGLA kaming NAGKITA nang nakaraang araw ng isang matagal ko nang kaklase. Or BIGLA kong NAKITA nang nakaraang araw ang isang matagal ko nang kaklase. ——————– I RAN INTO an old classmate the other day. (Merriam-Webster’s sample; we supplied the pronoun ‘I’)

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What is ‘maghabul-habol’ in English?

You will use ‘run after’

Merriam-Webster’s usage of ‘run after’: Pursue, chase; especially: to seek the company of

Huwag kang MAGHABUL-HABOL kay Minerva na gusting ipa-annul ang kasal ninyo. Hayaan mo siyang tuluyan nang mawala sa iyo. Mag-move on kana. ——————– Do not RUN AFTER Minerva who wants your marriage annulled. Let her be gone completely from you. Move on now.

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