Word: run

Category: run

Sports, Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: run

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Synonyms: run

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: run

spanish
manejar, funcionar, marchar, correr, andar, ...


german
probe, steuern, test, spielzeit, leitersprosse, ...

french
couler, déguerpir, actionner, courons, courir, ...

italian
condurre, correre, corsa, funzionare, decorso, ...

portuguese
esforço, prova, boato, andar, funcionamento, ...

dutch
keuring, poging, beproeving, loop, test, ...

russian
обегать, напороться, добегать, касаться, проверка, ...

norwegian
betjene, løp, renn, gang

swedish
jaga, löpning, lopp, springa

finnish
toimia, edetä, ajo, hakea, vuotaa, ...

danish
løbe

czech
utéci, ubíhat, hnát, tok, běhat, ...

polish
uciekać, najechać, spieszyć, biec, prowadzić, ...

hungarian
normális, hajlat, szemlefutás, vonulás, leszaladás, ...

turkish
muayene, koşu, test

greek
τρέχω

ukrainian
пересуватися, виконаний, виконати, керувати

albanian
turrem, vrapoj, rrjedh

bulgarian
тичам, тест, бягам

belarusian
хадзiць

estonian
jooksma, sõitma, käik

croatian
pokrenuti, trčanje, izvoditi, pokrene, koristiti, ...

icelandic
hleypa, hlaupa

lithuanian
dirbti, veikti

latvian
strādāt, medīt, darboties, funkcionēt, analīze

romanian
test, alerga, curs

slovenian
utéci, teči

slovak
spusť, utekať, chod

Popularity stats: run

Most searched by regions

Pennsylvania, Virginia, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky

Most searched by cities

Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Columbus, Washington, Chicago

The meaning and "use of": run

noun
  • an act or spell of running.
  • a journey accomplished or route taken by a vehicle, aircraft, or boat, especially on a regular basis.
  • a point scored when a base runner reaches home plate after touching the other bases.
  • a continuous spell of a particular situation or condition.
  • a widespread and sudden or continuous demand for (a particular currency or commodity).
  • free and unrestricted use of or access to.
  • the average or usual type of person or thing.
  • an enclosed area in which domestic animals or birds can run freely in the open.
  • a line of unraveled stitches in stockings or tights.
  • a downward trickle of paint or a similar substance when applied too thickly.
  • a small stream or brook.
  • the after part of a ship's bottom where it rises and narrows toward the stern.

verb
  • move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all the feet on the ground at the same time.
  • move about in a hurried and hectic way.
  • pass or cause to pass quickly or smoothly in a particular direction.
  • (with reference to a liquid) flow or cause to flow.
  • (of a bus, train, ferry, or other form of transportation) make a regular journey on a particular route.
  • be in charge of; manage.
  • be in or cause to be in operation; function or cause to function.
  • continue or be valid or operative for a particular period of time.
  • be a candidate in a political election.
  • publish or be published in a newspaper or magazine.
  • bring (goods) into a country illegally and secretly; smuggle.
  • (of an object or act) cost (someone) (a specified amount).

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