ran into a wall - врезаться в стену

prices ran up from...to... - цены повысились с... до ...

the gasoline ran out - бензин кончился

his blood ran cold - у него кровь застыла в жилах

till the blood ran - пока не показалась кровь; пока не потекла кровь

the book ran into six editions - книга выдержала шесть изданий

he ran me breathless - он меня загнал до изнеможения; он меня совершенно загнал

car ran bump into the wall - машина врезалась в стену

they ran him into the barb-wire fence - они загнали его на забор из колючей проволоки

also ran - не оказавшаяся на скачках в тройке призёров лошадь; выбывающие из игры

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Tears ran from her eyes. - Из глаз у неё потекли слёзы.

The roads ran wild. - Дороги заросли.

The ice cream ran in the warm sun. - Мороженое на солнце растаяло.

The robbers took the money and ran. - Грабители забрали деньги и сбежали.

The ball ran into the street. - Мяч выкатился на улицу.

The book ran into five editions. - Книга выдержала пять изданий.

He ran the mile in under four minutes. - Он пробежал милю меньше чем за четыре минуты.

Her stocking ran. - У неё на чулке спустилась петля.

Their talks ran on for hours. - Они говорили часами.

Far ran the naked moon. - Высоко плыла беззащитная луна.

The little pond ran dry. - Маленький пруд пересох.

The news ran all over town. - Это известие быстро распространилось по всему городу.

I ran Johnson back to my house. - Я отвёз Джонсона обратно к себе домой.

The dog ran at the visitor and bit him. - Собака бросилась на посетителя и укусила его.

She ran down the first page of her letter. - Она пробежала первую страницу письма.

He ran at me and kicked me. - Он подбежал ко мне и ударил ногой.

The boat ran (up) on the rocks. - Лодка наскочила на камни.

A whisper ran through the crowd. - По толпе пробежал шёпот.

The story ran in all the papers. - История появилась во всех газетах.

The mud walls ran down with damp. - Грязные стены отсырели от влажности.

I opened the door and the cat ran in. - Я открыл дверь, и в дом забежала кошка.

His eye swiftly ran from line to line. - Его глаза быстро перебегали с одной строчки на другую.

The escaped prisoners ran the roadblock. - Сбежавшие заключённые проскочили сквозь дорожно-пропускной пункт.

I ran into the gatepost and hurt my knee. - Я налетел на столб и повредил колено.

His lips, his fangs, ran blood. - С его губ, с его клыков стекала кровь.

I ran across an excellent book on history. - Я тут обнаружил замечательную книгу по истории.

Life ran smoothly in its ordinary grooves. - Жизнь текла гладко в своём привычном русле.

I know not how his proper official title ran. - Я не знаю, каков был его официальный титул.

He ran the ball strongly 30ft. past the hole. - Он ударил по мячу так, что тот на 30 футов перелетел через лунку.

She ran her fingers over the smooth material. - Она провела пальцами по гладкой ткани.

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Связанные термины:

run: 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.

ladder: A ladder is a piece of equipment used for climbing up something or down from something. It consists of two long pieces of wood, metal, or rope with steps fixed between them.

also-ran: If you describe someone as an also-ran, you mean that they have been or are likely to be unsuccessful in a contest .

re-run: If you say that something is a re-run of a particular event or experience, you mean that what happens now is very similar to what happened in the past .

run by: If you run something by someone, you tell them about it or mention it, to see if they think it is a good idea, or can understand it.

run in: To run someone in means to arrest them or to take them to the police .

run on: to continue without interruption

run to: If you run to someone, you go to them for help or to tell them something.

run up: If someone runs up bills or debts, they acquire them by buying a lot of things or borrowing money.

overran: Overran is the past tense of → overrun .

run away: If you run away from a place, you leave it because you are unhappy there.

run down: If you run people or things down, you criticize them strongly.

run into: If you run into problems or difficulties, you unexpectedly begin to experience them.

run off: If you run off with someone, you secretly go away with them in order to live with them or marry them.

run out: If you run out of something, you have no more of it left.

run over: If a vehicle or its driver runs a person or animal over, it knocks them down or drives over them.

run past: To run something past someone means the same as to run it by them.

run with: to associate with habitually

run across: If you run across someone or something, you meet them or find them unexpectedly.

run after: If you are running after someone, you are trying to start a relationship with them, usually a sexual relationship.

run along: If you tell a child to run along, you mean that you want them to go away.

run around: If you run around, you go to a lot of places and do a lot of things, often in a rushed or disorganized way.

run through: If you run through a list of items, you read or mention all the items quickly.

run out on: If someone runs out on you, they go away and abandon you, leaving you with problems.

run away with: If you let your imagination or your emotions run away with you, you fail to control them and cannot think sensibly.

run up against: If you run up against problems, you suddenly begin to experience them.

runabout: A runabout is a small car used mainly for short journeys . In American English, runabout is used of cars with open tops .

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Однокоренные слова:

overran - наводнять, переливаться через край, опустошать, двигаться накатом, завоевывать
random - случайный, произвольный, беспорядочный, неопределенность

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