— phrasal verb with runukus/rʌn/verb(running, ran, run)
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›to look at, examine, or deal with a set of things, especially quickly: We ran through the list of machines, but none of them were what we were looking for.run through sth with sbI'd like to run through these points with you.
›to quickly repeat or give the main points of something: Could you just run through the main points again, please?
›to use up an amount of something quickly: We've already run through all the money we needed for the month.
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