British pronunciation/ɹˈʌn/
American pronunciation/ˈɹən/
01

to move using our legs, faster than we usually walk, in a way that both feet are never on the ground at the same time

1.1

to participate in a race

1.2

to escape, often in a sudden or hasty manner

to run definition and meaning
1.3

to move or travel a specific distance by running

1.4

to make an animal go quickly by riding or driving it fast

1.5

to run for doing exercise or as a sport

1.6

(of a race) to happen or take place

1.7

to enter a participant into a racing event or competition

02

to go and do something quickly

2.1

to quickly deliver something to a person situated at a particular location

03

to pass in a specific direction

3.1

to continue moving forward without stopping when there is an obstacle such as a red light or blockade

3.2

to move something in a specific direction

04

to extend or pass in a specific direction

4.1

to lead something to extend or stretch in a specific direction

05

to own, manage, or organize something such as a business, campaign, a group of animals, etc.

5.1

(of plans, systems, or organizations) to function or progress in a certain way

5.2

to carry out or perform a test, experiment, or similar activity

5.3

(of an exhibit or play) to be presented or performed

5.4

to offer educational programs or courses to individuals to participate in

06

to cause engines or machines to operate, function, or perform their designated tasks

6.1

(of engines or machines) to operate, function, or perform their designated tasks

to run definition and meaning
07

(of a tape) to actively record an audio or video content

7.1

to play a recorded audio or video

7.2

(of a recording) to be playing

7.3

to cause a tape to move in either a backward or forward direction

7.4

(of a tape or recording device) to move backward or forward for the purpose of review or locating specific content

08

(of computer programs) to function and execute its tasks

8.1

to cause a program to function and execute its tasks

09

(of means of transportation) to make a scheduled and regular journey along a specific route

9.1

to initiate and make a particular mode of transportation available for public use

9.2

to take someone to a particular place by a vehicle

10

to have, maintain, and drive a vehicle

11

to change in a certain manner, particularly not a good one

11.1

to be at or close to a specific amount, level, size, etc.

12

to take place or happen with a delay or lateness compared to the planned time

13

to include everything within specific boundaries

14

(of liquids) to flow

14.1

(of solid material) to melt or transform into fluid

14.2

to liquefy a material, typically a metal, and then pour it into a mold to give it a specific shape as it cools and solidifies

14.3

(of a liquid or color) to unintentionally flow or spread onto an unintended area

14.4

to cause a liquid to flow

14.5

(with reference to color or colorant in a piece of clothing or paper) to lose color when becoming wet and to spread that color to other pieces of clothing, etc.

14.6

to release or discharge a liquid

14.7

to fill a bathtub with water

14.8

to cause water to flow over or along a surface

14.9

(of a tap) to flow with water

14.10

to operate or open a tap, causing water to flow out of it

14.11

to be thoroughly filled or soaked with a specific substance

15

to continue without stopping for a specific length of time

15.1

to start or continue to function or be valid

16

(with reference to a newspaper, magazine, story, etc.) to print and publish

16.1

(with reference to a story, conversation,, saying, text, etc.) to have a particular content or wording

16.2

(of a story, etc.) to be published in a magazine, newspaper, etc.

17

to navigate or travel through rapids or a waterfall in a boat

17.1

to sail a boat or ship in a direction aligned with the wind, allowing it to move swiftly and smoothly

18

(of the sea, tide, or river) to rise to a higher level or flow with increased speed

19

to cost someone a particular amount of money

19.1

to let charges on a bill increase over time without paying them immediately

20

(with reference to a pair of tights or a stocking) to develop a long thin hole

21

(of wild animals) to pursue or chase a target prey during a hunt

22

to accompany or associate closely with a specific group, people, or animals

23

to advance while carrying the ball, typically in sports such as football, soccer, or rugby

23.1

to make a golf ball move on the ground after hitting it

24

to take goods in or out a country in an illegal way

25

to achieve a consecutive series of successes or counts

26

to allow or lead animals eat grass or vegetation in a designated area with plenty of plants

27

to alter or improve the properties of a substance or material, often through a mechanical or chemical process

28

to be consistently present or recurring, often as a trait or characteristic within a particular group or contex

28.1

to tend to have or exhibit a particular quality or feature

29

(with reference to cricket and baseball) to quickly move between bases or wickets, typically in response to a successful hit or play

30

(of fish) to migrate or move in significant numbers within a river, particularly for the purpose of spawning

31

to move smoothly and efficiently, as if on wheels or rollers

32

(of information, rumors, ideas, etc.) to be widely or commonly known, discussed, or spread among people

33

to be inherent or connected to a particular condition, property, or situation, often implying that it cannot be separated

34

to follow a specific sequence or arrangement

35

to occupy or hold a specific rank or standing in a race or competition

36

to track or investigate the origin or source of a particular item, information, rumor, or situation

37

to insert or drive an object into a surface or substance

37.1

to pass a needle and thread through a material or surface in a continuous manner

38

to update or modify a record, tally, or count by including new information or data

39

(with reference to baseball) to remove or eject a manager, coach, or player from a game as a punishment

01

the act of moving on foot at a fast pace, often faster than walking, as a form of exercise or to travel a distance quickly

02

a long line or row of loose or torn threads or fibers in a fabric, such as tights or stockings

03

a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely

04

(American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team

05

a regular trip

06

a short trip

07

the act of testing something

08

an unbroken chronological sequence

09

the pouring forth of a fluid

10

a race run on foot

11

a race between candidates for elective office

12

an unbroken series of events

13

a small stream

14

the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.)

15

unrestricted freedom to use

16

the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation

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