English to German Meaning :: run

Run :
Lauf
Run, Lauf, Auflage, Fahrt, Laufzeit, Strecke, Serie, Ansturm, Folge, Reihe, Sequenz, Gehege, Hühnerhof, Masche, Laufmasche, Spielzeit, Ausflug, Tendenz, Fluglaufen, verlaufen, starten, führen, ablaufen, fahren, rennen, durchführen, leiten, verkehren, auslaufen, fließen, unterhalten, verwalten, ausgehen, rinnen, halten, steuern, abwickeln, schmeißen, zerfließen, färben, verfließen, tropfen, tröpfeln, einlassen, triefen, plagen - LaufLaufRunenrunischrunletRinnsaleläuft
 
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Noun(1) a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely(2) the act of testing something(3) a race run on foot(4) an unbroken series of events(5) (American football(6) a regular trip(7) the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace(8) the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory(9) unrestricted freedom to use(10) the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.(11) a small stream(12) a race between candidates for elective office(13) a row of unravelled stitches(14) the pouring forth of a fluid(15) an unbroken chronological sequence(16) a short trip
Verb(1) move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time(2) flee; take to one's heels; cut and run(3) stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point(4) direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.(5) have a particular form(6) move along, of liquids(7) perform as expected when applied(8) change or be different within limits(9) run, stand, or compete for an office or a position(10) cause to emit recorded audio or video(11) move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way(12) have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined(13) be operating, running or functioning(14) change from one state to another(15) cause to perform(16) be affected by; be subjected to

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(1) she considered a Seanad run(2) Having a coarse run , she carried a huge body of water in her wake, in which the rudder was useless.(3) they've had an unbeaten run since August(4) Twos and jokers are wild and can be used in any set or run to represent any desired card.(5) Dave has run 42 marathons(6) Replacement buses will run between Skipton and Carlisle, calling at limited stops.(7) I was a bit worried, because the only skiable route back down towards La Grave was an off-piste black run .(8) quite against the run of play, Smith scored an early try(9) I started working toward converting my car to run on vegetable oil over a year ago.(10) You can run various tests using this so that it can collect different types of information.(11) The course will be run on a very practical basis including workshops with actors, discussions and re-writing sessions.(12) A run consists of three or more consecutive cards in a single suit.(13) The art exhibition will run daily at the King's Hall and Winter Garden until this Sunday.(14) I've got to run(15) The man backed away towards a set of stairs leading back to ground level, then took off at a run .(16) I run every morning
Related Words
(1) run away ::
Renn weg
(2) to run ::
zu rennen
(3) run into ::
in etwas Rennen
(4) run out of ::
laufen aus
(5) run over ::
überlaufen
(6) in the long run ::
auf Dauer
Synonyms
Noun
1. sprint ::
Sprint
2. route ::
Route
3. series ::
Serie
4. demand for ::
Nachfrage nach
5. free use of ::
kostenlose Nutzung von
6. type ::
Art
7. enclosure ::
Gehege
8. slope ::
Steigung
9. rip ::
Ruhe in Frieden
10. discharge ::
entladen
11. tally ::
übereinstimmen
12. streak ::
Streifen
13. footrace ::
Wettrennen
14. ravel ::
ausfransen
15. running ::
Laufen
16. political campaign ::
politische Kampagne
17. runnel ::
runnel
18. trial ::
Versuch
Verb
19. sprint ::
Sprint
21. compete ::
konkurrieren
22. go ::
gehen
23. cast ::
Besetzung
24. extend ::
erweitern
25. flow ::
fließen
26. travel ::
Reise
27. drive ::
Fahrt
28. be in charge of ::
verantwortlich sein für
29. maintain ::
pflegen
31. operate ::
arbeiten
32. be valid ::
gültig sein
33. be staged ::
inszeniert
34. be a candidate for ::
sein ein Kandidat für
35. publish ::
veröffentlichen
36. smuggle ::
schmuggeln
37. chase ::
Verfolgungsjagd
38. run for ::
laufen
39. consort ::
Gemahlin
40. course ::
Kurs
41. execute ::
ausführen
42. endure ::
ertragen
43. guide ::
führen
44. ladder ::
Leiter
45. unravel ::
entwirren
47. campaign ::
Kampagne
48. lam ::
lam
49. play ::
abspielen
50. ply ::
Schicht
51. range ::
Angebot
52. hunt ::
Jagd
53. race ::
Rennen
54. carry ::
tragen
55. lead ::
führen
56. tend ::
neigen
57. bleed ::
bluten
Different Forms
run, runic, runlet, runlets, runs
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

To run, to leap, to hunt.

To RUN, to leap, to hunt.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2


- Faster, faster!
- Run!

- Faster, faster! - Run!

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 8


So now I am in a panic.
I race home, I run inside the house,

So now I am in a panic. I race home, I RUN inside the house,

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 12


I\

I'll RUN some errands. Okay.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 12


I bet you could give him
a run for his money.

I bet you could give him a RUN for his money.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 2


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