Focus on the pronunciation of run
English definition of “run”
/rʌn/ (running, ran, run)
› [T] MANAGEMENT to be in control of or manage something: He's been running his own company since he left school. She left me to run the store while she went on her lunch break. well-run/poorly-rungovernment-run/family-run/student-run The restaurant is a family-run business. privately-run/publicly-run/professionally-run
› [I] to be or continue at or near a particular level: run at sth Inflation has been running at 2% for the past year. Supplies are running low.
run your eye over sth › to look quickly at the whole of something: Would you mind running your eye over this agreement before I sign it?
be running late › to be unable to get to a place by the agreed or expected time → See also up adjective, run across sb, run across sth, run around, run sth by/past sb, run down, run into sb, run into sth, run sth off, run on, run out, run over sth, run through sth, run to sth, run sth up, run up against sth, run with sth