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RAN British & World English

Royal Australian Navy

ran British & World English

Past of run.

ran in run British & World English

Move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all the feet on the ground at the same time

also-ran British & World English

A loser in a race or other contest, especially by a large margin

run British & World English

Be in or cause to be in operation; function or cause to function

run in in run British & World English

(Of a quality, trait, or condition) be common or inherent in members of (a family), especially over several generations

run at in run British & World English

Rush towards (someone) to attack them

run on in run British & World English

Continue without stopping; go on longer than is expected

run upon in run British & World English

(Of a person’s mind or a discussion) be preoccupied or concerned with

run to in run British & World English

Extend to or reach (a specified amount or size)

run at British & World English

Rush towards (someone) to attack them

run on British & World English

Continue without stopping; go on longer than is expected

run upon in run on British & World English

(Of a person’s mind or a discussion) be preoccupied or concerned with

run to British & World English

Extend to or reach (a specified amount or size)

amok British & World English

Behave uncontrollably and disruptively

go deep in deep British & World English

(Of emotions, beliefs, etc.) be strongly and wholeheartedly felt or held

go deep British & World English

(Of emotions, beliefs, etc.) be strongly and wholeheartedly felt or held

run high in high British & World English

(Of a river) be close to overflowing, with a strong current

run high British & World English

(Of a river) be close to overflowing, with a strong current

low1 British & World English

(Of a supply) small or reduced in quantity

outrun British & World English

Run or travel faster or further than

overrun British & World English

Spread over or occupy (a place) in large numbers

rife British & World English

In an unchecked or widespread manner

run riot in riot British & World English

Behave in a violent and unrestrained way

run riot British & World English

Behave in a violent and unrestrained way

run with in run British & World English

Be covered or streaming with (a liquid)

run dry in run British & World English

(Of a well or river) cease to flow or have any water

run around with in run British & World English

Associate habitually with (someone)

run away in run British & World English

Escape from a place, person, or situation

run off in run British & World English

Leave one’s home or current partner in order to establish a relationship with someone else

run something down in run British & World English

Reduce (or become reduced) in size, numbers, or resources

run out in run British & World English

(Of a supply of something) be used up

run over in run British & World English

(Of a container or its contents) overflow

run dry British & World English

(Of a well or river) cease to flow or have any water

run low British & World English

Become depleted

run around with British & World English

Associate habitually with (someone)

run away British & World English

Escape from a place, person, or situation

run off in run away British & World English

Leave one’s home or current partner in order to establish a relationship with someone else

run something down British & World English

Reduce (or become reduced) in size, numbers, or resources

run out British & World English

(Of a supply of something) be used up

run over British & World English

(Of a container or its contents) overflow

run with British & World English

Proceed with; accept

run wild in wild British & World English

Grow or develop without restraint or discipline

run wild British & World English

Grow or develop without restraint or discipline


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