How to Conjugate Dry Up
- Infinitive: Dry Up
- Present Tense: Dry Up/ Dries Up
- -ing Form: Drying Up
- Past Tense: Dried Up
- Past Participle: Dried Up
Definitions of Dry Up:
1. When all the liquid and/or moisture evaporates.
Examples: The streets will dry up once the sun is out.
Please dry up the sink with a towel.
2. When the supply or amount of something is completely gone.
Examples: A study showed that a mother’s breast milk could dry up quickly, which can pose a problem for mothers who breastfeed their babies.
Canada is the largest exporter of petroleum, so it better not dry up.
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