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make (all) the running

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to do the best and most work: British companies have often made all the running in developing new ideas, but have then failed to market them.
(Definition of make (all) the running from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “make (all) the running”
in Chinese (Simplified) 率先, 带头, 做榜样…
in Chinese (Traditional) 率先, 帶頭, 做榜樣…
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