to run a computer - работать на компьютере
to run to extremes - впадать в крайности
It runs off batteries. - Оно работает от батареек.
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.
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 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.
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.
first-run: designating or of:
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