||to cheat; to steal
||Someone ripped my motorcycle off when I
was at work.
||to discover by chance
||I ran across an old love-letter when I
was cleaning my room. It was such a surprise. I thought I'd burned them all!
||The police were running after a bank
robber when they accidentally hit my car.
||to escape from your guardians; to leave
||The Boxcar Children is a fun book about
5 kids who ran away from home and traveled around in the boxcar of a train.
||to meet by chance
||When Sara went shopping, she ran into
Julia Roberts. Sara was too surprised to speak.
|RUN OFF WITH
||The kids ran off with some candy from
|RUN OUT OF
||to finish the supply of something
||We ran out of milk, so we had to go to
||to increase a total amount
||Some men run their credit card bills up
so high that they can't pay them at the end of the month.
||to enter quickly
||We rushed in because we were late.
||to exit quickly
||The workers all rushed out because it
was time to go home.