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running

美 [ˈrʌnɪŋ]
英 ['rʌnɪŋ]
  • n.跑;管理;操作;操纵
  • adj.(置于数字和 year、day 或 time 等名词后,表示同样的事一再重复)连续
  • v.“run”的现在分词
  • 网络运行;跑步;奔跑
running
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n.
1.
跑;跑步(运动)the action or sport of running
to go running
去跑步
running shoes
跑鞋
2.
管理;操纵;操作the activity of managing or operating sth
the day-to-day running of a business
企业的日常运营
the running costs of a car(= for example of fuel, repairs, insurance)
养车的费用
3.
走私;偷运the activity of bringing sth such as drugs, guns, etc. into a country secretly and illegally
drug-running
毒品走私
IDM
in/out of the running (for sth)
(informal)
有(或没有)成功的机会;能(或不能)获得having some/no chance of succeeding or achieving sth
make the running
(informal)
领跑;带头;做榜样to set the speed at which sth is done; to take the lead in doing sth
adj.
1.
(置于数字和 year、day 或 time 等名词后,表示同样的事一再重复)连续used after a number and a noun such as ‘year’ ‘day’ or ‘time’, to say that sth has happened in the same way several times, without a change
She's won the championship three years running.
她已连续三年获得冠军。
It was the third day running that the train had been late.
列车已经连续三天晚点了。
No party has won an election four times running.
没有一个政党在选举中连续四次获胜。
2.
(水)活的,流淌的,流动的running water is water that is flowing somewhere or water that is supplied to a building and available to be used through taps/faucets
I can hear the sound of running water.
我听到流水的声音。
a remote cottage without electricity or running water
没有电和自来水的偏僻村舍
3.
[obn]
持久的;连续不断的lasting a long time; continuous
For years he had fought a running battle with the authorities over the land.
多年来,他为了那片土地同当局不断抗争。
a running argument
持久的争论
His old raincoat became a running joke(= people kept laughing at it) .
他那件旧雨衣一直被人取笑。
4.
…地流动的running or flowing in the way mentioned
a fast-running river
湍急的河流
IDM
(go and) take a running jump
(informal)
滚开;走开used to tell sb in a rude way to go away

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