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running

adjective
 
 
/ˈrʌnɪŋ/
[always before noun] continuing for a long time
uzun süre devam eden, süregelen, sürekli, devamlı, aralıksız
a running battle a running joke Long periods of time
second/third, etc day/week, etc running B2 If something happens for the second/third, etc day/week, etc running, it happens on that number of regular occasions without changing.
ardarda, arka arkaya, üst üste, peş peşe, sürekli
He's won the Championship for the fifth year running.Continually and repeatedly
running water If a place has running water, it has a working water system.
akar, akan, musluktan akan
Movement of liquids
Translations of “running”
in Chinese (Traditional) 連續的, 持續的…
in Russian непрерывный, постоянный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连续的, 持续的…
in Polish nieustający…
(Definition of running adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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