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run

noun [C] (TRAVEL) 行进     /rʌn/
a journey 行程,航程 The number of aircraft on the New York-Moscow run is being increased. 纽约—莫斯科之间的航线正在增加航班。 old-fashioned Let's go for a run (out) in the car somewhere. 让我们开车到(外面)什么地方兜兜风吧。 The plane swooped in on its bombing run. 飞机猛然俯冲下来轰炸。 Journeys
the period during which a play is performed (一部戏的)连续上演(期) The musical's London run was a disaster. 该音乐剧在伦敦的演出彻底失败。 They're doing a run at the Donmar Warehouse. 他们正在多玛仓库剧院进行连续演出。 Spectacles and performances
(Definition of run noun (TRAVEL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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