Focus on the pronunciation of run
English definition of “run”
/rʌn/ v [I/T] (present participle running, past tense ran /ræn/, past participle run) (TRAVEL/GO)
› to travel or go, to move something, or to be positioned in a particular way: [I] The bus runs three times a day between here and Albuquerque. [I] I’m going to run down to the bank to cash my check. [I] Trains are running twenty minutes late because of the weather. [I] The car skidded on the ice and ran off the road. [I] A shiver of fear ran through her. [T] John said he’d run me back to school (= take me there in his car). [I] A deep creek runs through the property. [I] The road runs along the coast. › If you run your finger or hand over something, you move it quickly: [T] She ran her fingers along the edge of the desk. › If you run something through your hair, you move it quickly and easily: [T] He ran a comb through his hair. › If a driver or a vehicle runs a sign or signal to stop, the vehicle continues without stopping: [T] Our taxi ran a red light and a truck rammed us in the side.