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run away with sb

phrasal verb with run uk   /rʌn/ us   /rʌn/ verb present participle running, past tense ran, past participle run
  • (RIDE)

If an animal or machine that you are riding runs away with you, you lose control of it and it carries you away: Her horse ran away with her.
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