English Nederlands
run /ɹʊn/, /ɹʌn/
  • to move quickly on two feet
rennen
lopen
run /ɹʊn/, /ɹʌn/
  • to be a candidate in an election
kandideren
run /ɹʊn/, /ɹʌn/
  • to compete in a race
  • to flow
rennen
run /ɹʊn/, /ɹʌn/
  • unravelled stitches
ladder /ˈlɑdər/
run /ɹʊn/, /ɹʌn/
  • the act of running
loop /loːp/
run-up
  • (UK) a period of time just before an important event
  • (cricket) the approach run of a bowler before delivering the ball
  • the approach run of a highjumper or other athlete in order to gather speed or momentum
aanloop
run-up
  • an increase in the value or amount of something
stijging
toename
run aground
  • to be immobilized by shallow water
stranden
vastlopen
run out
  • to use up
opraken
run-of-the-mill
  • ordinary
alledaags
doordeweeks /ˌdo̝rdəˈʋeks/, /ˌdordəˈβ̞eks/
run away
  • to flee by running
weglopen
vluchten /vlɵxtə(n)/
run over
  • to drive over, causing injury or death
overrijden
run down
  • to hit someone with a car or other vehicle and injure or kill them
aanrijden
run-in
  • end-phase of a competition
finale
runs /ɹʌnz/
  • diarrhea
racekak
chicken run
  • chicken run
kippenren
running water
  • water from taps
kraanwater
leidingwater
running board
  • step under the car door
opstapje
running-in aanloop
run ashore stranden
run through doorsteken
run into aanlopen
home run homerun
bank run bankrun
run slow achterlopen
luge run rodelbaan
run near aanrennen
run through
  • go through hastily
afleggen
run through
  • flow through an area
begieten
run after achternagaan
make someone's blood run cold
  • cause a person to feel fear
verschrikken
running gear loopwerk
running away wegstromen
running step draf /drɑf/
run short of opraken
toboggan run rodelbaan
running well goedlopend
obstacle run stormbaan
running nose druipneus
running stitch rijgsteek
running aground stranding
run on the bank bankrun
rat-run traffic sluipverkeer /'slœypfərker/
running position rijstand
running-in period aanlooptijd
running out of time tijdnood
running of the bulls stierenloop
running /ˈɹʌnɪŋ/
  • the action of the verb to run
lopen
in the long run
  • eventually
op den duur
op termijn
uiteindelijk /œʏˈtɛɪndələk/
still waters run deep
  • a person's calm appearance may be misleading
stille wateren hebben diepe gronden
stille waters hebben diepe gronden
bull run
  • event in which people run with bulls in the streets
stierenrennen
running text
  • body of text
lopende tekst
running track
  • track for running events
atletiekbaan
renbaan
run a red light
  • To pass through the traffic light when the red light is illuminated
door rood rijden
running the gauntlet
  • physical punishment by which a person is compelled to run through a double line of soldiers who attempt to strike him as they pass
spitsroeden lopen
hit the ground running
  • begin an activity immediately and with full commitment
direct aan de slag gaan
run its course zijn gang gaan
continuous running industry continubedrijf
ski run
  • trail or slope for skiing
ski
home run
  • (baseball) four-base hit
circuit
run-down aftands
run into
  • intransitive, to collide with
  • transitive, to cause to collide with
struikelen /ˈstrœʏkələ(n)/
run riot
  • To be uncontrollable
doordraaien
run after
  • follow quickly
jagen /ˈjaːɣə(n)/
run along
  • to leave
aan de gang brengen
hit and run
  • the crime of causing an accident and leaving
vluchtmisdrijf
free running
  • activity of combining parkour with gymnastics
parkour
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  • English: run
  • Nederlands: run