Übersetzung von “run” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


verb /ran/ (present participle running, past tense ran /rӕn/, past participle run)

(of a person or animal) to move quickly, faster than walking

He ran down the road.

to move smoothly

bergerak lancar
Trains run on rails.

(of water etc) to flow

Rivers run to the sea
The tap is running.

(of a machine etc) to work or operate

The engine is running
He ran the motor to see if it was working.

to organize or manage

He runs the business very efficiently.

to race


(of buses, trains etc) to travel regularly

The buses run every half hour
The train is running late.

to last or continue; to go on

The play ran for six weeks.

to own and use, especially of cars

He runs a Rolls Royce.

(of colour/color) to spread

When I washed my new dress the colour ran.

to drive (someone); to give (someone) a lift

He ran me to the station.

to move (something)

mengelus, meneliti
She ran her fingers through his hair
He ran his eyes over the letter.

(in certain phrases) to be or become

The river ran dry
My blood ran cold (= I was afraid).
runner noun

a person who runs

There are five runners in this race.

the long narrow part on which a sledge etc moves

He polished the runners of the sledge
an ice-skate runner.

a long stem of a plant which puts down roots.

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running adjective

of or for running

kasut untuk berlari
running shoes.


a running commentary on the football match.
runny adjective (comparative runnier, superlative runniest)

liquid; watery

Do you like your egg yolk firm or runny?
The baby has a runny nose.
runaway noun

a person, animal etc that runs away

cabut lari
The police caught the two runaways
(also adjective) a runaway horse.
run-down adjective

tired or exhausted because one has worked too hard

He feels run-down.
runner-up noun

a person, thing etc that is second in a race or competition

naib johan
My friend won the prize and I was the runner-up.
runway noun

a wide path from which aircraft take off and on which they land

The plane landed on the runway.
in/out of the running

having (no) chance of success

She’s in the running for the job of director.
on the run

escaping; running away

melarikan diri
He’s on the run from the police.
run across phrasal verb

to meet

I ran across an old friend.
run after phrasal verb

to chase

The dog ran after a cat.
run aground phrasal verb

(of a ship) to become stuck on rocks etc

The cruise ship ran aground on some rocks just outside the harbour.
run along phrasal verb

to go away

Run along now, children!
run away phrasal verb

to escape

melarikan diri
He ran away from school.

(with with) to steal

lesap dengan
He ran away with all her money.

(with with) to go too fast etc to be controlled by

lari bersama
The horse ran away with him.
run down phrasal verb

(of a clock, battery etc) to finish working

tidak bergerak
My watch has run down – it needs rewinding.

(of a vehicle or driver) to knock down

I was run down by a bus.

to speak badly of

He is always running me down.
run for phrasal verb

to stand for election for

He is running for president.
run for it

to try to escape

melepaskan diri
Quick – run for it!
run in phrasal verb

to get (a new engine etc) working properly

cuba menggerakkan
In the old days cars needed running in.
run into phrasal verb

to meet

I ran into her in the street.

to crash into or collide with

The car ran into a lamp-post.
run its course

to develop or happen in the usual way

bergerak biasa
The fever ran its course.
run off phrasal verb

to print or copy

I want 500 copies run off at once.

(with with) to steal or take away

melarikan diri
He ran off with my wife.
run out phrasal verb

(of a supply) to come to an end

The food has run out.

(with of) to have no more

We’ve run out of money.
run over phrasal verb

(of a vehicle or driver) to knock down or drive over

Don’t let the dog out of the garden or he’ll get run over.

to repeat for practice

Let’s run over the plan again.
run a temperature

to have a fever

She has a fever and is running a temperature.
run through phrasal verb

to look at, deal with etc, one after another

He ran through their instructions.
run to phrasal verb

to have enough money for

memiliki, membeli
We can’t run to a new car this year.
run up phrasal verb

to hoist (a flag)

They ran the flag up the pole.

to make quickly or roughly

membuat dengan cepat
I can run up a dress in a couple of hours.

to collect up, accumulate (debts)

He ran up an enormous bill.
run wild

to go out of control

tidak terkawal
They let their children run wild
The garden was running wild.

(Übersetzung von “run” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)