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Meaning of “runner” - Learner’s Dictionary

runner

noun     /ˈrʌnər/
A2 [C] someone who runs, usually in competitions: a long-distance runnerCompetitors and participants in sports and gamesOccupations and trades
drug/gun runner someone who takes drugs or guns illegally from one place to another →  See also front-runner Miscellaneous criminals
Translations of “runner”
in Korean 주자…
in Arabic عَدّاء…
in Portuguese corredor, -ora…
in Catalan corredor, -a…
in Japanese 走者, ランナー…
in Italian corridore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奔跑, 奔跑的人, (尤指)參加賽跑的人…
in Russian бегун…
in Turkish koşucu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奔跑, 奔跑的人, (尤指)参加赛跑的人…
in Polish biegacz/ka…
(Definition of runner from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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