run

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Перевод:

Verb: бежать работать управлять бегать
Noun: работа пробег прогон ход

Фразы:

to manage / operate / run a business - управлять компанией

to run a board through planer - строгать доску

to run out a cable - травить кабель

to conduct / make / run a check of / on smth. - осуществлять контроль, проводить проверку чего-л.

to run the command - исполнять команду

to run a computer - работать на компьютере

to run out a contour line - проводить горизонталь

to run a cornice - вытягивать карниз

to run to extremes - впадать в крайности

to run into debt - влезть в долги

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Примеры:

How fast can you run? - Как быстро вы бегаете?

The film runs 5 hours. - Фильм идёт пять часов.

The film began to run. - Фильм начался.

The buses don't run on Sundays. - По воскресеньям автобусы не ходят.

The bill runs to $100. - Счёт составляет сто долларов.

The roads ran wild. - Дороги заросли.

The prices run from $5 to $200. - Цены варьируются от пяти до двухсот долларов.

It runs off batteries. - Оно работает от батареек.

Shall I run you home? - Отвезти /проводить/ тебя домой?

The dog ran toward me. - Собака побежала ко мне.

If you see this man, run! - Если увидишь этого человека, беги!

How fast the years run by! - Как быстро летят годы!

You have the run of my office. - Вы можете свободно пользоваться моим кабинетом.

She turned and ran away. - Она повернулась и убежала.

I was running a small fever. - У меня была небольшая температура.

She ran to me for help. - Она прибежала ко мне за помощью.

The little pond ran dry. - Маленький пруд пересох.

The night was almost run. - Ночь почти прошла.

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

These dresses run small. - Эти платья — малоразмерные.

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

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

I can't afford to run a car. - Я не могу позволить себе машину.

Let chickens run loose. - Пусть цыплята побегают на свободе.

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

I've got to run for my bus. - Мне пришлось побежать, чтобы успеть на автобус.

Inflation was running at 5%. - Инфляция была на уровне пяти процентов.

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

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

The play ran for two years. - Этот спектакль шёл в течение двух лет.

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Фразовые глаголы:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Связанные термины:

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.

dry run: If you have a dry run, you practise something to make sure that you are ready to do it properly.

end run: an attempt in American football by the ball carrier to run around the defensive line

fun run: A fun run is a long distance race which anyone can take part in. Fun runs are often held to raise money for charity .

hen run: an enclosure for hens, esp one made of chicken wire

rat run: A rat run is a small street which drivers use during busy times in order to avoid heavy traffic on the main roads.

red run: a run of some difficulty, suitable for intermediate skiers

run dry: 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.

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.

ski run: a trail, slope, or course for skiing

black run: an extremely difficult run, suitable for expert skiers

blue run: an easy run, suitable for beginners

Bull Run: small stream in NE Va.: site of two Civil War battles (1861 & 1862) in which Union forces were defeated

close-run: If you describe something such as a race or contest as a close-run thing, you mean that it was only won by a very small amount.

dummy run: A dummy run is a trial or test procedure which is carried out in order to see if a plan or process works properly.

first-run: designating or of:

fresh-run: (of fish) newly migrated upstream from the sea, esp to spawn

green run: a very easy run, suitable for complete beginners

home run: a hit that enables the batter to run round all four bases, usually by hitting the ball out of the playing area

long-run: extending over a long time

milk run: a routine and uneventful flight, esp on a dangerous mission

mill run: a quantity of ore whose quality or mineral content is tested by milling

mole run: any part of a system of underground tunnels, rooms, etc, prepared for use in the event of nuclear war

press run: the number of copies (of a book, newspaper, etc) printed during a continuous printing session

print run: In publishing, a print run of something such as a book or a newspaper is the number of copies of it that are printed and published at one time.

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 amok: to run about with or as if with a frenzied desire to kill

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

run back: to carry (a football ) toward the opponent's goal, as after receiving a kickoff

run deep: if a feeling or a problem runs deep, it is very serious or strong, often because it has existed for a long time

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

run high: If people's feelings are running high, they are very angry, concerned, or excited .

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

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 riot: to get out of control

run short: to have or be less than enough

run time: Run time is the time during which a computer program is running .

run wild: to grow without cultivation or care

run with: to associate with habitually

sheep-run: a large property for raising sheep

short-run: lasting for a short period of time; short-term

split run: a divided print run of a periodical in which a number of copies contain advertisements not included in the rest, esp a Canadian edition of a US magazine which contains Canadian advertisements but no Canadian editorial content

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Однокоренные слова:

run about - резвиться, суетиться, бегать взад и вперед, играть
run along - убегать
run around - вести беспорядочный образ жизни, вести распутную жизнь, водиться, сюда
run away - убегать, сбегать, наезжать, понести, намного обогнать
run back - прослеживать до, восходить к, перематывать назад
run down - сбежать, наезжать, сбегать, изнуряться, изнурять, истощаться, истощать
run in - обкатывать, забежать, наткнуться на, вкатываться, заглянуть, навещать
run off - убегать, сбегать, смываться, забежать, удирать, отцеживать, спускать, строчить стихи
run on - продолжаться, продолжать, говорить без умолку, тянуться, тянуть, писаться слитно
run out - выбегать, вытекать, кончаться, истощаться, отбегать, выдыхаться, истекать, выступать
run over - пробегать, переехать, задавить, просматривать, съездить, сходить, повторять
run through - просматривать, промотать, прокалывать, зачеркивать, истощаться
run up - нарываться, взбежать, нарваться, поднимать, подниматься, доходить, взбегать

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