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run

noun
 
 
/rʌn/
MOVING [C] B1 when you move on your feet at a speed faster than walking as a sport
бег
[usually singular] to go for a run Athletics
SCORING [C] B2 in cricket or baseball, a single point
единица счета, очко (в крикете, бейсболе)
to score a runCricketGeneral terms used in ball sportsBaseball and roundersGeneral terms used in ball sportsGeneral terms used in ball sports
a dummy/practice/trial run when you do something to practise it before the real time
пробный запуск/тренировка/испытательный пробег
Repeating an action
a run of sth when something happens several times without something different happening during that period
полоса чего-либо, период
a run of 10 games without a win a run of good/bad luck Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
PERFORMANCES [C] a period of performances of a play, film, etc
показ (фильма, спектакля)
Spectacles and performancesSpecific periods of time
be on the run to be trying to avoid being caught, especially by the police
быть в бегах, скрываться
Running away and escaping
make a run for it informal to suddenly run fast in order to escape from somewhere
броситься бежать
Running away and escaping
(Definition of run noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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