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Translation of "run" - English-Korean dictionary

run

verb   /rʌn/ ( present participle running, past tense ran, past participle run)
A1 to move on your feet at a faster speed than walking 뛰다 He can run very fast. I run about three miles every morning.
B1 to organize or control something 운영하다 She ran her own restaurant for five years.
If trains or buses are running, they are available to travel on. 운행하다 The buses only run until 11 p.m.
If liquid runs somewhere, it flows. 흐르다 Tears ran down her face.
If a piece of equipment is running, it is switched on and working. 작동하다 The engine is running more smoothly now.
(Definition of run verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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