run\ off


run\ off
1. I
as soon as we appeared the boys ran off при нашем появлении мальчики разбежались
2. III
1) run off smth. /smth. off/ run the milk (the water, etc.) off слить молоко и т.д.; get the garage to run the in your engine off пусть в гараже сольют масло из двигателя
2) run off smth. /smth. off/ run off 500 copies (a new song, a book of poems, etc.) отпечатать пятьсот экземпляров и т.д.
3. IV
run off smth. / smth. off/ in some time run off eighty copies a minute делать /печатать/ восемьдесят экземпляров в минуту
4. V
run off smb. /smb. off/ smth. run me off some copies of his electoral address (of this report, of his new song, etc.) напечатайте мне несколько экземпляров его предвыборной речи и т.д.
5. XI
be run off at some time the race will be run off on Friday соревнование состоится в пятницу; be run off in some condition the final of the 5000 metres was run off in blazing heat финальный забег на пять тысяч метров спортсмены бежали под палящим солнцем
6. XVI
run off with smb., smth. run off with a travelling circus (with a travelling comedian, etc.) сбежать /убежать/ с бродячим цирком и т.д.; run off with the cash (with my luggage, with all the funds, etc.) украсть всю наличность и сбежать и т.д.
7. XXI1
1) run off smth. / smth. off/from(into, over, etc.) smth. run off the water from a tank (from a boiler, etc.) сливать воду из бака и т.д.; the hot metal runs off into special moulds раскаленный металл разливается по специальным формам; run off water over the flower-beds пустить воду на грядки
2) run off smth. /smth. off/ for smth. run off an article for the local paper набросать /быстро написать/ статью для местной газеты

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • run off — {v. phr.} 1. To produce with a printing press or duplicating machine. * /The print shop ran off a thousand copies of the newspaper./ 2. To drive away. * /The boys saw a dog digging in mother s flower bed, and they ran him off./ * /When the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run off — {v. phr.} 1. To produce with a printing press or duplicating machine. * /The print shop ran off a thousand copies of the newspaper./ 2. To drive away. * /The boys saw a dog digging in mother s flower bed, and they ran him off./ * /When the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run-off — run offs also runoff 1) N COUNT: usu sing, oft N between pl n A run off is an extra vote or contest which is held in order to decide the winner of an election or competition, because no one has yet clearly won. There will be a run off between… …   English dictionary

  • run-off — UK US noun [C, usually singular] (also run off election) POLITICS ► an extra election to decide on a winner, because the leading competitors have equal numbers of votes, or because the winner had less than half the number of votes: » Colombians… …   Financial and business terms

  • run-off — n 1.) a second competition or election that is arranged when there is no clear winner of the first one →↑play off →run off at ↑run1 2.) [U] technical rain or other liquid that flows off the land into rivers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • run off — run (someone) off to force someone to leave suddenly. Barlow wouldn t leave, so she ran him off by threatening to call the police. Dad tried to run off some people who were camping on our land, but they wouldn t leave …   New idioms dictionary

  • run|off — «RUHN F, OF», noun, adjective. –n. 1. something that runs off, such as rain that flows off the land in streams: »The runoff of precipitation from northwestern America amounts to over 200 trillion gallons each year (Ralph E. Lapp). 2. a final,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • run off — ► run off 1) produce (a copy) on a machine. 2) write or recite quickly and with little effort. Main Entry: ↑run …   English terms dictionary

  • run-off — runˈ off noun 1. A race held to resolve a dead heat or other uncertain result (also figurative) 2. Rainwater which drains into rivers, rather than being absorbed into the soil 3. Urination (slang) • • • Main Entry: ↑run …   Useful english dictionary

  • run-off — A year of account of a Lloyd s syndicate which has been left open, at the discretion of the managing agent after the date at which that account would normally have been closed by reinsurance. This normally arises when there are significant… …   Law dictionary

  • run off — index flee, publish Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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