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run at
verb + preposition + object

Translation of run at verb + preposition + object in Spanish:

  • 1.1 (attack)
    abalanzarse sobre
    1.2 (in order to jump) See examples: you can clear the ditch if you run at it
    puedes saltar la zanja si tomas carrera or (Spain) carrerilla
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