- v. To flee or depart quickly.
- v. idiomatic To make photocopies, or print.
- v. idiomatic To write something quickly.
- v. of a liquid To pour or spill off or over.
- v. To leave someone without prior advice.
- v. To chase someone away.
- v. To operate by a particular energy source.
- v. decide (a contest or competition) by a runoff
- v. reproduce by xerography
- v. run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
- v. run off as waste
- v. leave suddenly and as if in a hurry
- v. run away secretly with one's beloved
- v. force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings
“Or perhaps this display marked the final days of Special Circumstances, now that the last Special had run off into the wild.”
“After the Mets then scored a run off reliever and former Met Calvin Schraldi to tie the score 3–3, the game went to extra innings, where the Red Sox took a 5–3 lead in the top of the 10th on a solo home run by Dave Henderson, a double by Wade Boggs, and an RBI single by second baseman Marty Barrett.”
“In the process, he made an unexpected discovery—it actually cost less per part to make small batches of stampings than to run off enormous lots.”
“And my father had to have run off from his lunch with Pope John Paul I or some king from the Jagiellonian dynasty, and he had to have peered through the hole in the sky, and he had to have said slowly and with great pride, Will you look at that!”
“What water does not go up (by evapo-transpiration) must either be discharged to ground water or run off the land.”
“Jump-started by a two-run Trot Nixon home run off Roger Clemens, they scored three runs in the second inning.”
“Then, satisfied, most would run off in a pack and report the identical story about a minor goof, while ignoring other, important things that were said during the day and neglecting the kind of beneath-the-surface digging that could have shed more light on the campaign and the differences between the various candidates.”
“Brown had invasion in mind as early as 1847, when he described to Frederick Douglass how he would use a small picked band to run off the most restless and daring slaves and wage a guerrilla campaign in the Alleghenies.”
“Before you run off half-cocked to get half-hocked, let me share with you the secret of buying property successfully.”
“The senior management of these companies consistently tells us that, when all other things are equal, Level III competency in presentation skills will give them results that run off the chart.”
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