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run

noun
 
 
/rʌn/
MOVING [C] B1 when you move on your feet at a speed faster than walking as a sport
koşu
[usually singular] to go for a run Athletics
SCORING [C] B2 in cricket or baseball, a single point
kriket ve beyzbolda tek puan
to score a runCricketGeneral terms used in ball sportsBaseball and roundersGeneral terms used in ball sportsGeneral terms used in ball sports
a dummy/practice/trial run when you do something to practise it before the real time
çalışma, uygulama, egzersiz
Repeating an action
a run of sth when something happens several times without something different happening during that period
defalarca olan, yapılan, olan, meydana gelen
a run of 10 games without a win a run of good/bad luck Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
PERFORMANCES [C] a period of performances of a play, film, etc
sürekli oynama, afişte kalma (film, oyun)
Spectacles and performancesSpecific periods of time
be on the run to be trying to avoid being caught, especially by the police
firarda olmak; sürekli kaçıyor olmak
Running away and escaping
make a run for it informal to suddenly run fast in order to escape from somewhere
kaçıp kurtulmak, firar etmek, aniden kaçmak
Running away and escaping
(Definition of run noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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