Englisch

Detailed Synonyms for run in Englisch

run:

to run Verb (runs, ran, running)

  1. to run
    – the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace 1
    to run
    – the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • he broke into a run1
      • his daily run keeps him fit1
    to sprint; to race
    • sprint Verb (sprints, sprinted, sprinting)
    • race Verb (races, raced, racing)
  2. to run
    – move along, of liquids 1
    to flow; to run
    – move along, of liquids 1
    • flow Verb (flows, flowed, flowing)
      • Water flowed into the cave1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    to stream
    • stream Verb (streams, streamed, streaming)
  3. to run
    – move along, of liquids 1
    to course; to flow; to run; to feed
    – move along, of liquids 1
    • course Verb (courses, coursed, coursing)
    • flow Verb (flows, flowed, flowing)
      • Water flowed into the cave1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • feed Verb (feeds, fed, feeding)
      • the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi1
  4. to run
    to administer; to manage; to run
    • administer Verb (administers, administered, administering)
    • manage Verb (manages, managed, managing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  5. to run
    to run; to scamper; to race
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • scamper Verb (scampers, scampered, scampering)
    • race Verb (races, raced, racing)
  6. to run
    to sprint; to scamper; to run; to rush; to race
    • sprint Verb (sprints, sprinted, sprinting)
    • scamper Verb (scampers, scampered, scampering)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • rush Verb (rushs, rushed, rushing)
    • race Verb (races, raced, racing)
  7. to run
    to go; to be going to; to move; to pass; to run; to walk
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
    • be going to Verb (is going to, being going to)
    • move Verb (moves, moved, moving)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • walk Verb (walks, walked, walking)
  8. to run
    to gush; to run; to pour
    • gush Verb (gushes, gushed, gushing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • pour Verb (pours, poured, pouring)
  9. to run
    to melt; to run
    • melt Verb (melts, melted, melting)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  10. to run
    – come unraveled or undone as if by snagging 1
    to ladder
    • ladder Verb (ladders, laddered, laddering)
    to run
    – come unraveled or undone as if by snagging 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Her nylons were running1
  11. to run
    – come unraveled or undone as if by snagging 1
    to run; to ladder
    – come unraveled or undone as if by snagging 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Her nylons were running1
    • ladder Verb (ladders, laddered, laddering)
  12. to run
    – the pouring forth of a fluid 1
    to gush; come down in torrents; to flow; to pour
    to run
    – the pouring forth of a fluid 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  13. to run
    – become undone 1
    to run; to unravel
    – become undone 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • unravel Verb (unravels, unravelled, unravelling)
      • the sweater unraveled1
  14. to run
    – reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating 1
    to run; to melt; to melt down
    – reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • melt Verb (melts, melted, melting)
      • melt butter1
      • The wax melted in the sun1
    • melt down Verb (melts down, melted down, melting down)
      • melt down gold1
  15. to run
    – cause to perform 1
    to run
    – cause to perform 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run a subject1
      • run a process1
  16. to run
    – progress by being changed 1
    to run; to go; to move
    – progress by being changed 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run through your presentation before the meeting1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
      • The speech has to go through several more drafts1
    • move Verb (moves, moved, moving)
  17. to run
    – change from one state to another 1
    to run
    – change from one state to another 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run amok1
      • run rogue1
      • run riot1
  18. to run
    – compete in a race 1
    to run; to race
    – compete in a race 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • he is running the Marathon this year1
    • race Verb (races, raced, racing)
      • let's race and see who gets there first1
  19. to run
    – run, stand, or compete for an office or a position 1
    to run; campaign
    – run, stand, or compete for an office or a position 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Who's running for treasurer this year?1
    • campaign Verb
  20. to run
    – pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals) 1
    to run; to hunt; track down; hunt down
    – pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals) 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • The dogs are running deer1
    • hunt Verb (hunts, hunted, hunting)
      • Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland1
      • The Duke hunted in these woods1
    • track down Verb
    • hunt down Verb
  21. to run
    – pass over, across, or through 1
    to draw; to run; to pass; to guide
    – pass over, across, or through 1
    • draw Verb (draws, drew, drawing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • He ran his eyes over her body1
      • She ran her fingers along the carved figurine1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • guide Verb (guides, guided, guiding)
  22. to run
    – perform as expected when applied 1
    to run; to go; to operate; to work; to function
    – perform as expected when applied 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Does this old car still run well?1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
      • The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in1
    • operate Verb (operates, operated, operating)
    • work Verb (works, worked, working)
      • This old radio doesn't work anymore1
    • function Verb (functions, functioned, funtioning)
  23. to run
    – be operating, running or functioning 1
    to run
    – be operating, running or functioning 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • The car is still running--turn it off!1
  24. to run
    – carry out 1
    to run
    – carry out 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run an errand1
  25. to run
    – cause to emit recorded audio or video 1
    to run; to play
    – cause to emit recorded audio or video 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • They ran the tapes over and over again1
    • play Verb (plays, played, playing)
      • I'll play you my favorite record1
      • He never tires of playing that video1
  26. to run
    – include as the content; broadcast or publicize 1
    to run; to carry
    – include as the content; broadcast or publicize 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • We ran the ad three times1
      • This paper carries a restaurant review1
    • carry Verb (carries, carried, carrying)
      • This paper carries a restaurant review1
      • All major networks carried the press conference1
  27. to run
    – travel a route regularly 1
    to run; ply
    – travel a route regularly 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • ply Verb
      • Ships ply the waters near the coast1
  28. to run
    – cover by running; run a certain distance 1
    to run
    – cover by running; run a certain distance 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • She ran 10 miles that day1
  29. to run
    – move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time 1
    to run
    – move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Don't run--you'll be out of breath1
      • The children ran to the store1
  30. to run
    – travel rapidly, by any (unspecified) means 1
    to run
    – travel rapidly, by any (unspecified) means 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • She always runs to Italy, because she has a lover there1
  31. to run
    – run with the ball; in such sports as football 1
    to run
    – run with the ball; in such sports as football 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  32. to run
    – keep company 1
    to run; consort
    – keep company 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • the heifers run with the bulls to produce offspring1
    • consort Verb
  33. to run
    – sail before the wind 1
    to run
    – sail before the wind 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  34. to run
    – be diffused 1
    to run; to bleed
    – be diffused 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run1
    • bleed Verb (bleeds, bleeding)
  35. to run
    – cause an animal to move fast 1
    to run
    – cause an animal to move fast 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run the dogs1
  36. to run
    – move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way 1
    to run
    – move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • who are these people running around in the building?1
      • She runs around telling everyone of her troubles1
      • let the dogs run free1
  37. to run
    – deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor 1
    to run; black market
    – deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor 1
  38. to run
    – set animals loose to graze 1
    to run
    – set animals loose to graze 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  39. to run
    – direct or control; projects, businesses, etc. 1
    to run; to operate
    – direct or control; projects, businesses, etc. 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • She is running a relief operation in the Sudan1
    • operate Verb (operates, operated, operating)
      • She is running a relief operation in the Sudan1
  40. to run
    – make without a miss 1
    to run
    – make without a miss 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  41. to run
    – carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine 1
    to run; to execute
    – carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run a new program on the Mac1
    • execute Verb (executes, executed, executing)
      • the computer executed the instruction1
  42. to run
    – occur persistently 1
    to run
    – occur persistently 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Musical talent runs in the family1
  43. to run
    – continue to exist 1
    to run; to prevail; to endure; to persist; die hard
    – continue to exist 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • prevail Verb (prevails, prevailed, prevailing)
    • endure Verb (endures, endured, enduring)
      • The legend of Elvis endures1
    • persist Verb (persists, persisted, persisting)
    • die hard Verb
      • These stories die hard1
  44. to run
    – extend or continue for a certain period of time 1
    to run; run for
    – extend or continue for a certain period of time 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • The film runs 5 hours1
    • run for Verb
  45. to run
    – stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point 1
    to extend; to lead; to run; to go; to pass
    – stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point 1
    • extend Verb (extends, extended, extending)
      • My memory extends back to my fourth year of life1
      • The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets1
    • lead Verb (leads, led, leading)
      • His knowledge doesn't go very far1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Service runs all the way to Cranbury1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
      • His knowledge doesn't go very far1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
  46. to run
    – cause something to pass or lead somewhere 1
    to lead; to run
    – cause something to pass or lead somewhere 1
    • lead Verb (leads, led, leading)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
  47. to run
    – have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined 1
    to tend; to run; to lean; to incline; be given
    – have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined 1
    • tend Verb (tends, tended, tending)
      • She tends to be nervous before her lectures1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • These dresses run small1
    • lean Verb (leans, leant, leaning)
    • incline Verb (inclines, inclined, inclining)
      • He inclined to corpulence1
    • be given Verb
  48. to run
    – be affected by; be subjected to 1
    to run
    – be affected by; be subjected to 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • run a temperature1
      • run a risk1
  49. to run
    – have a particular form 1
    to run; to go
    – have a particular form 1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • the story or argument runs as follows1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
      • as the saying goes...1
  50. to run
    – change or be different within limits 1
    to range; to run
    – change or be different within limits 1
    • range Verb (ranges, ranged, ranging)
      • Estimates for the losses in the earthquake range as high as $2 billion1
      • The instruments ranged from tuba to cymbals1
      • My students range from very bright to dull1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Estimates for the losses in the earthquake range as high as $2 billion1
      • Interest rates run from 5 to 10 percent1
      • The instruments ranged from tuba to cymbals1
      • My students range from very bright to dull1
  51. to run
    – To execute queries and macros. 2
    to run
    – To execute queries and macros. 2
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)

Konjugationen für run:

present
  1. run
  2. run
  3. runs
  4. run
  5. run
  6. run
simple past
  1. ran
  2. ran
  3. ran
  4. ran
  5. ran
  6. ran
present perfect
  1. have run
  2. have run
  3. has run
  4. have run
  5. have run
  6. have run
past continuous
  1. was running
  2. were running
  3. was running
  4. were running
  5. were running
  6. were running
future
  1. shall run
  2. will run
  3. will run
  4. shall run
  5. will run
  6. will run
continuous present
  1. am running
  2. are running
  3. is running
  4. are running
  5. are running
  6. are running
subjunctive
  1. be run
  2. be run
  3. be run
  4. be run
  5. be run
  6. be run
diverse
  1. run!
  2. let's run!
  3. run
  4. running
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

run [the ~] Nomen

  1. the run
    – a race run on foot 1
    the run
    – a race run on foot 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • she broke the record for the half-mile run1
    the race; the marathon; the sprints
  2. the run
    – a race run on foot 1
    the run; the footrace; the foot race
    – a race run on foot 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • she broke the record for the half-mile run1
    • footrace [the ~] Nomen
    • foot race [the ~] Nomen
  3. the run
    the attack; the assault; the run; the rush; the raid; the storming; the scaling
  4. the run
    the run; the assaults; the rush
  5. the run
    – a row of unravelled stitches 1
    the ladder
    the run
    – a row of unravelled stitches 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • she got a run in her stocking1
  6. the run
    – a row of unravelled stitches 1
    the run; the ladder; the ravel
    – a row of unravelled stitches 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • she got a run in her stocking1
    • ladder [the ~] Nomen
    • ravel [the ~] Nomen
  7. the run
    – a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely 1
    the run; the tally
    – a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • the Yankees scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th1
    • tally [the ~] Nomen
      • their first tally came in the 3rd inning1
  8. the run
    – the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace 1
    the run; the running
    – the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • he broke into a run1
      • his daily run keeps him fit1
    • running [the ~] Nomen
  9. the run
    – a regular trip 1
    the run
    – a regular trip 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • the ship made its run in record time1
  10. the run
    – a short trip 1
    the run
    – a short trip 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • take a run into town1
  11. the run
    – (American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team 1
    the run; the running; the running play; the running game
    – (American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • the defensive line braced to stop the run1
    • running [the ~] Nomen
      • the coach put great emphasis on running1
    • running play [the ~] Nomen
    • running game [the ~] Nomen
  12. the run
    – the act of testing something 1
    the trial; the run; the test
    – the act of testing something 1
    • trial [the ~] Nomen
      • in the experimental trials the amount of carbon was measured separately1
      • he called each flip of the coin a new trial1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
    • test [the ~] Nomen
  13. the run
    – an unbroken chronological sequence 1
    the run
    – an unbroken chronological sequence 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • the play had a long run on Broadway1
      • the team enjoyed a brief run of victories1
  14. the run
    – the pouring forth of a fluid 1
    the run; the discharge; the outpouring
    – the pouring forth of a fluid 1
  15. the run
    – a race between candidates for elective office 1
    the run; the campaign; the political campaign
    – a race between candidates for elective office 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • he is raising money for a Senate run1
    • campaign [the ~] Nomen
      • I managed his campaign for governor1
    • political campaign [the ~] Nomen
  16. the run
    – an unbroken series of events 1
    the run; the streak
    – an unbroken series of events 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • Nicklaus had a run of birdies1
    • streak [the ~] Nomen
      • had a streak of bad luck1
  17. the run
    – a small stream 1
    the run; the rivulet; the streamlet; the rill; the runnel
    – a small stream 1
  18. the run
    – the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.) 1
    the run
    – the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.) 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • a daily run of 100,000 gallons of paint1
  19. the run
    – unrestricted freedom to use 1
    the run
    – unrestricted freedom to use 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • he has the run of the house1
  20. the run
    – the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation 1
    the run
    – the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation 1
    • run [the ~] Nomen
      • the assembly line was on a 12-hour run1

Verwandte Wörter für "run":


Alternate Synonyms for "run":


Antonyme für "run":


Verwandte Definitionen für "run":

  1. a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely1
    • the Yankees scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th1
  2. the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace1
    • he broke into a run1
    • his daily run keeps him fit1
  3. a regular trip1
    • the ship made its run in record time1
  4. a short trip1
    • take a run into town1
  5. (American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team1
    • the defensive line braced to stop the run1
  6. the act of testing something1
  7. an unbroken chronological sequence1
    • the play had a long run on Broadway1
    • the team enjoyed a brief run of victories1
  8. the pouring forth of a fluid1
  9. a row of unravelled stitches1
    • she got a run in her stocking1
  10. a race run on foot1
    • she broke the record for the half-mile run1
  11. a race between candidates for elective office1
    • he is raising money for a Senate run1
  12. an unbroken series of events1
    • Nicklaus had a run of birdies1
  13. a small stream1
  14. the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.)1
    • a daily run of 100,000 gallons of paint1
  15. unrestricted freedom to use1
    • he has the run of the house1
  16. the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation1
    • the assembly line was on a 12-hour run1
  17. become undone1
  18. come unraveled or undone as if by snagging1
    • Her nylons were running1
  19. reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating1
  20. cause to perform1
    • run a subject1
    • run a process1
  21. progress by being changed1
    • run through your presentation before the meeting1
  22. change from one state to another1
    • run amok1
    • run rogue1
    • run riot1
  23. compete in a race1
    • he is running the Marathon this year1
  24. run, stand, or compete for an office or a position1
    • Who's running for treasurer this year?1
  25. pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals)1
    • The dogs are running deer1
  26. pass over, across, or through1
    • He ran his eyes over her body1
    • She ran her fingers along the carved figurine1
  27. perform as expected when applied1
    • Does this old car still run well?1
  28. be operating, running or functioning1
    • The car is still running--turn it off!1
  29. carry out1
    • run an errand1
  30. cause to emit recorded audio or video1
    • They ran the tapes over and over again1
  31. include as the content; broadcast or publicize1
    • We ran the ad three times1
    • This paper carries a restaurant review1
  32. travel a route regularly1
  33. cover by running; run a certain distance1
    • She ran 10 miles that day1
  34. move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time1
    • Don't run--you'll be out of breath1
    • The children ran to the store1
  35. travel rapidly, by any (unspecified) means1
    • She always runs to Italy, because she has a lover there1
  36. run with the ball; in such sports as football1
  37. keep company1
    • the heifers run with the bulls to produce offspring1
  38. sail before the wind1
  39. be diffused1
    • These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run1
  40. move along, of liquids1
  41. cause an animal to move fast1
    • run the dogs1
  42. move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way1
    • who are these people running around in the building?1
    • She runs around telling everyone of her troubles1
    • let the dogs run free1
  43. deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor1
  44. set animals loose to graze1
  45. direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.1
    • She is running a relief operation in the Sudan1
  46. make without a miss1
  47. carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine1
    • run a new program on the Mac1
  48. occur persistently1
    • Musical talent runs in the family1
  49. continue to exist1
  50. extend or continue for a certain period of time1
    • The film runs 5 hours1
  51. stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point1
    • Service runs all the way to Cranbury1
  52. cause something to pass or lead somewhere1
  53. have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined1
    • These dresses run small1
  54. be affected by; be subjected to1
    • run a temperature1
    • run a risk1
  55. have a particular form1
    • the story or argument runs as follows1
  56. change or be different within limits1
    • Estimates for the losses in the earthquake range as high as $2 billion1
    • Interest rates run from 5 to 10 percent1
    • The instruments ranged from tuba to cymbals1
    • My students range from very bright to dull1
  57. To execute queries and macros.2

Related Synonyms for run