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VERB 跑;奔跑 When you run, you move more quickly than when you walk, for example because you are in a hurry to get somewhere, or for exercise.
I excused myself and ran back to the telephone...
Police believe the gunmen ran off into the woods...
VERB 参加赛跑 When someone runs in a race, they run in competition with other people.
...when I was running in the New York Marathon...
Phyllis Smith ran a controlled race to qualify in 51.32 sec.
V-ERG (马)参加赛马，出赛 When a horse runs in a race or when its owner runs it, it competes in a race.
The owner insisted on Cool Ground running in the Gold Cup...
If we have a wet spell, Cecil could also run Armiger in the Derby.
VERB (道路等朝某方向)延伸，伸展 If you say that something long, such as a road, runs in a particular direction, you are describing its course or position. You can also say that something runs the length or width of something else.
...the sun-dappled trail which ran through the beech woods.
...a gas-filled glass tube with a thin wire running down the centre...
VERB 安装(电线、管道等);布线;使（电线、管道等）通过 If you run a wire or tube somewhere, you fix it or pull it from, to, or across a particular place.
Our host ran a long extension cord out from the house and set up a screen and a projector.
VERB 移动;轻擦 If you run your hand or an object through something, you move your hand or the object through it.
He laughed and ran his fingers through his hair...
I ran the brush through my hair and dashed out...
VERB 使通过(机器、过程或测试) If you run something through a machine, process, or series of tests, you make it go through the machine, process, or tests.
They have gathered the best statistics they can find and run them through their own computers.
VERB 参加选举;竞选 If someone runs for office in an election, they take part as a candidate.
It was only last February that he announced he would run for president...
It is no easy job to run against John Glenn, Ohio's Democratic senator...
N-SING 竞选 A run for office is an attempt to be elected to office.
He was already preparing his run for the presidency.
VERB 管理;经营;控制 If you run something such as a business or an activity, you are in charge of it or you organize it.
His stepfather ran a prosperous paint business...
Is this any way to run a country?...
VERB 运行;运转;运作 If you talk about how a system, an organization, or someone's life is running, you are saying how well it is operating or progressing.
Officials in charge of the camps say the system is now running extremely smoothly.
...the staff who have kept the bank running.
V-ERG 进行;实施;使运行 If you run an experiment, computer program, or other process, or start it running, you start it and let it continue.
He ran a lot of tests and it turned out I had an infection called mycoplasma...
You can check your program one command at a time while it's running.
V-ERG (使）(磁带或录像带)播放，放映 When you run a cassette or video tape or when it runs, it moves through the machine as the machine operates.
He pushed the play button again and ran the tape...
The tape had run to the end but recorded nothing.
V-ERG (使)(机器)运转，开动，运行 When a machine is running or when you are running it, it is switched on and is working.
He had failed to realise that the tape recorder was still running...
We told him to wait out front with the engine running.
VERB (机器或设备靠某种能源)运转，开动 A machine or equipment that runs on or off a particular source of energy functions using that source of energy.
Black cabs run on diesel...
Rows of stalls are given over to restaurants running off gas cylinders.
VERB 驾驶(汽车);使用(设备) If you run a car or a piece of equipment, you have it and use it.
I ran a 1960 Rover 100 from 1977 until 1983.
VERB (火车、公交车等沿固定路线)行驶 When you say that vehicles such as trains and buses run from one place to another, you mean they regularly travel along that route.
A shuttle bus runs frequently between the Inn and the Country Club.
...a government which can't make the trains run on time.
VERB 开车(送某人到某地) If you run someone somewhere in a car, you drive them there.
Could you run me up to Baltimore?
VERB 开车去;行驶到 If you run over or down to a place that is quite near, you drive there.
I'll run over to Short Mountain and check on Mrs Adams.
N-COUNT 行程;旅程;航程 A run is a journey somewhere.
A run to Southampton showed the car was capable of a reasonable journey.
...doing the morning school run.
VERB (液体)流动，流淌 If a liquid runs in a particular direction, it flows in that direction.
Tears were running down her cheeks...
There were cisterns to catch rainwater as it ran off the castle walls...
VERB 使流动;放水 If you run water, or if you run a tap or a bath, you cause water to flow from a tap.
She went to the sink and ran water into her empty glass...
They heard him running the kitchen tap...
VERB (水从龙头等)流出来 If a tap or a bath is running, water is coming out of a tap.
You must have left a tap running in the bathroom...
He came fully awake to hear the bath running.
VERB (通常因为感冒而)流鼻涕 If your nose is running, liquid is flowing out of it, usually because you have a cold.
Timothy was crying, mostly from exhaustion, and his nose was running.
VERB (液体在表面)流，流动，流淌 If a surface is running with a liquid, that liquid is flowing down it.
After an hour he realised he was completely running with sweat...
The window panes were running with condensation.
VERB 褪色;掉色;渗色 If the dye in some cloth or the ink on some paper runs, it comes off or spreads when the cloth or paper gets wet.
The ink had run on the wet paper.
VERB (感觉或想法)掠过，迅速传遍 If a feeling runs through your body or a thought runs through your mind, you experience it or think it quickly.
She felt a surge of excitement run through her...
All sorts of thoughts were running through my head.
VERB （感觉或吵闹声）扩散，弥漫，传遍 If a feeling or noise runs through a group of people, it spreads among them.
A buzz of excitement ran through the crowd.
VERB （主题或特点）遍及，贯穿 If a theme or feature runs through something such as someone's actions or writing, it is present in all of it.
Another thread running through this series is the role of doctors in the treatment of the mentally ill...
...the theme running through the book...
V-ERG (报纸、杂志等)刊登，发表 When newspapers or magazines run a particular item or story or if it runs, it is published or printed.
The newspaper ran a series of four editorials entitled 'The Choice of Our Lives.'
...an editorial that ran this weekend entitled 'Mr. Cuomo Backs Out.'
VERB (某人)说过，说道 You can use run to indicate that you are quoting someone else's words or ideas.
'Whoa, I'm goin' to Barbay-dos!' ran the jaunty lyrics of a 1970s hit song.
VERB 达到(特定水平、数量等) If an amount is running at a particular level, it is at that level.
Today's RPI figure shows inflation running at 10.9 per cent...
The deficit is now running at about 300 million dollars a year.
VERB 持续;延续 If a play, event, or legal contract runs for a particular period of time, it lasts for that period of time.
It pleased critics but ran for only three years in the West End...
The contract was to run from 1992 to 2020...
VERB 占用(多于、等于或少于预定的时间) If someone or something is running late, they have taken more time than had been planned. If they are running to time or ahead of time, they have taken the time planned or less than the time planned.
Tell her I'll call her back later, I'm running late again...
The steward will be able to tell you whether the event is running to time or is ahead of schedule.
VERB 发(烧) If you are running a temperature or a fever, you have a high temperature because you are ill.
The little girl is running a fever and she needs help.
N-COUNT (演出或电视节目的)上映期，放映期 A run of a play or television programme is the period of time during which performances are given or programmes are shown.
The show will transfer to the West End on October 9, after a month's run in Birmingham...
Meanwhile, Dusty Springfield's new TV series began a run on BBC 1.
N-SING 一系列，一连串(成功或失败等) A run of successes or failures is a series of successes or failures.
The England skipper is haunted by a run of low scores...
The Scottish Tories' run of luck is holding.
N-COUNT 额定产量;单次生产数额 A run of a product is the amount that a company or factory decides to produce at one time.
Wayne plans to increase the print run to 1,000...
Their defense markets are too small to sustain economically viable production runs.
N-COUNT (板球或棒球运动中击球后跑动得到的)一分 In cricket or baseball, a run is a score of one, which is made by players running between marked places on the field after hitting the ball.
At 20 he became the youngest player to score 2,000 runs in a season.
N-SING 自由出入的权力;随意使用的权力 If someone gives you the run of a place, they give you permission to go where you like in it and use it as you wish.
He had the run of the house and the pool.
N-SING 一般人;普通事物 If you say that someone or something is different from the average run or common run of people or things, you mean that they are different from ordinary people or things.
...a man who was outside the common run of professional athletes at the time.
...trying to accomplish the usual run of maintenance jobs and write a column too.
N-SING 抢购;争购;争抢 If there is a run on something, a lot of people want to buy it or get it at the same time.
A run on sterling has killed off hopes of a rate cut...
Loss of confidence could trigger a run on Citibank that would threaten the entire financial system.
N-COUNT (滑雪运动的)滑道，坡道 A ski run or bobsleigh run is a course or route that has been designed for skiing or for riding in a bobsleigh.
PHRASE 爆冷门;逆转局势;出乎意料 If something happens against the run of play or against the run of events, it is different from what is generally happening in a game or situation.
The decisive goal arrived against the run of play...
Against the run of the polls, the Socialist Workers' Party won Sunday's general election by an unexpectedly large margin.
PHRASE （比赛或竞争中）几乎击败，和…相差无几 If you run someone close ,run them a close second, or run a close second, you almost beat them in a race or competition.
The Under-21 team has defeated Wales and Scotland this season, and ran England very close...
The party won at least one county, and ran a close second in several others.
PHRASE (河水、井水等)干涸，枯竭 If a river or well runs dry, it no longer has any water in it. If an oil well runs dry, it no longer produces any oil.
Streams had run dry for the first time in memory.
PHRASE (信息或金钱的来源)枯竭，用完 If a source of information or money runs dry, no more information or money can be obtained from it.
Three days into production, the kitty had run dry.
PHRASE 家族遗传;家族共有 If a characteristic runs in someone's family, it often occurs in members of that family, in different generations.
The insanity which ran in his family haunted him.
PHRASE 逃跑;逃离 If you make a run for it or if you run for it, you run away in order to escape from someone or something.
A helicopter hovered overhead as one of the gang made a run for it...
Cody, get out, run for it.
PHRASE (情绪)激动，高涨，强烈 If people's feelings are running high, they are very angry, concerned, or excited.
Feelings there have been running high in the wake of last week's killing.
PHRASE 从长远来看/从短期来看 If you talk about what will happen in the long run, you are saying what you think will happen over a long period of time in the future. If you talk about what will happen in the short run, you are saying what you think will happen in the near future.
Sometimes expensive drugs or other treatments can be economical in the long run...
In fact, things could get worse in the short run.
PHRASE （因害怕而）躲得远远的，极力逃避 If you say that someone would run a mile if faced with something, you mean that they are very frightened of it and would try to avoid it.
Yasmin admits she would run a mile if Mark asked her out.
PHRASE 几乎能比得上 If you say that someone could give someone else a run for their money, you mean you think they are almost as good as the other person.
...a youngster who even now could give Meryl Streep a run for her money.
PHRASE 在逃;逃跑 If someone is on the run, they are trying to escape or hide from someone such as the police or an enemy.
Fifteen-year-old Danny is on the run from a local authority home.
PHRASE (在比赛中)彻底落败，遭受挫败 If someone is on the run, they are being severely defeated in a contest or competition.
His opponents believe he is definitely on the run...
I knew I had him on the run.
PHRASE 非常害怕;吓得要命 If you say that a person or group is running scared, you mean that they are frightened of what someone might do to them or what might happen.
The administration is running scared.
PHRASE 不足;不多;所剩无几 If you are running short of something or running low on something, you do not have much of it left. If a supply of something is running short or running low, there is not much of it left.
Government forces are running short of ammunition and fuel...
We are running low on drinking water...