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run awayescapeRate it:

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run backTo rewind a film or cassette.Rate it:

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run circles aroundTo outperform by a great margin.Rate it:

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run counterTo defy or oppose something, especially an expectation, custom, or social standard.Rate it:

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run deepgo deepRate it:

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run downTo lose power slowly. Used for a machine, battery, or other powered device.Rate it:

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run downTo reduce the size or stock levels of a business, often with a view to closure.Rate it:

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run downderelictRate it:

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run down the clockTo waste time at the end of a match such that it is terminated by running out of time, or during a match so a time penalty is made less severe.Rate it:

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run for officeTo seek political power.Rate it:

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run for one's lifeTo run away desperately from danger.Rate it:

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run for one's lifeTo attempt to escape an extremely bad situationRate it:

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run for one's moneyA difficult challenge for the person indicated, especially one involving a competitive situation.Rate it:

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run for one's moneyA reasonable opportunity to succeed, perform acceptably, or escape harm, especially in a difficult situation.Rate it:

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run for the hillsFlee.Rate it:

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run for the rosesA college football game or series of games played with the ultimate goal of qualifying for the championship Rose Bowl game.Rate it:

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run for the rosesA hard-fought competition or demanding challenge of any kind.Rate it:

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run for the rosesNickname for the Kentucky Derby horse race.Rate it:

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run hot and coldTo alternate between two opposite extremes, such as enthusiasm and disinterest or success and failure.Rate it:

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run inarrestRate it:

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run inargumentRate it:

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run in the familyTo be a characteristic feature that is observed in several generations of a family.Rate it:

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run intoTo collide with.Rate it:

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run intoTo blend into; to be followed by or adjacent to without there being a clear boundary.Rate it:

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run intoTo cause to blend into.Rate it:

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run intoTo reach a large figure.Rate it:

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run into the groundTo discuss ad nauseam.Rate it:

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run into the groundTo wear out, especially through excessive use.Rate it:

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run its courseTo come to a natural endRate it:

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run lateTo be late; to fail to be on time.Rate it:

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run like a topTo operate flawlessly and smoothly.Rate it:

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run lowTo near the end of a supply of something; to be nearly running out.Rate it:

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run of playA passage of play; a series of consecutive moments, considered as a whole.Rate it:

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run offTo make photocopies, or print.Rate it:

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run offTo pour or spill off or over.Rate it:

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run offTo chase someone away.Rate it:

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run offTo operate by a particular energy source.Rate it:

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run off at the mouthTo talk excessively.Rate it:

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run off at the mouthTo speak in a disrespectful manner about somebody.Rate it:

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run onTo operate with a particular energy source.Rate it:

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run on emptyLosing enthusiasm or willingness, lacking energy.Rate it:

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run on fumesBy extension, to operate with few resources or little money.Rate it:

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run on fumesTo operate a vehicle that is low on fuel.Rate it:

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run one's courseTo come to a natural endRate it:

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run oneself raggedTo work or exert oneself to the point of exhaustion.Rate it:

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run out of steamTo run out of energy; to run out of motivation.Rate it:

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run out of townTo force someone out of a place or a positionRate it:

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run out onTo leave a partner suddenly and without prior warning.Rate it:

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run out the clockTo preserve a lead in a game by retaining possession, to waste time.Rate it:

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run overto rehearseRate it:

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