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English-German translation for: [run]
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to operate sth. [manage, run]
1607
etw. betreiben
to elope [run away, abscond]
1584
abhauen [ugs.] [verschwinden, sich davonmachen]
to bolt [run away]
1442
davonstürzen
to discontinue sth. [production, run, etc.]
451
etw.Akk. abbrechen [Vorführung, Lauf etc.]
to pelt [coll.] [run]
434
rennen
to finish [run out, expire]
156
ausgehen [zu Ende gehen]
to scat [coll.] [leave, run away]
78
abhauen [ugs.] [verschwinden, sich davonmachen]
to scoot [coll.] [run, hurry]
73
wetzen [ugs.] [rennen, eilen]
to scud [to move or run swiftly]
69
jagen [sich sehr schnell und mit Heftigkeit bewegen]
to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to run off or away]
60
ausbüxen [regional]
to split [coll.] [leave, run away]
50
abhauen [ugs.] [verschwinden, durchbrennen]
to scamper [run around at great speed]
48
umhersausen [ugs.]
to bolt [run quickly]
46
sausen [laufen]
to scat [coll.] [leave, run away]
44
verduften [ugs.] [verschwinden, abhauen]
to streak [coll.] [to run naked in public]
39
blitzen [veraltend] [unbekleidet in der Öffentlichkeit schnell über belebte Straßen usw. laufen]
art to dissolve [run]
38
verlaufen [konturlos auseinanderfließen]
to run [buses / trains run every 15 minutes]
35
fahren [verkehren]
to trip [walk/run/dance with quick light steps]
32
tänzeln [trippeln]
to rabbit [sl.] [dated] [run away]
23
türmen [ugs.] [weglaufen]
to flash [coll.] [to run around naked]
21
flitzen [ugs.] [nackt herumlaufen]
to dash [run]
15
pesen [bes. nordd.] [ugs.]
to chip [Br.] [coll.] [leave, run away]
14
abhauen [ugs.]
to run [to run off]
13
weglaufen
to dribble [allow saliva to run from the mouth]
12
seibern [regional] [sabbern (bes. kleine Kinder)]
naut. to ground [run aground]
8
trockenfallen
to finish [run out]
6
endigen [veraltend]
equest. to refuse [of a horse] [stop short or run aside at an obstacle instead of jumping it]
6
verweigern [von Pferden] [vor einem Hindernis scheuen und es nicht nehmen]
to zoom [to run / drive very quickly]
5
gasen [sehr schnell, eilig laufen / fahren]
[to escape, make off, run away, break out] ausbüchsen [FALSCH für: ausbüxen]
to bolt [move or run away suddenly]Reißaus nehmen [ugs. für: davonlaufen]
to cancel [flight, bus run, etc. by the operator]ausfallen lassen
to flee sb./sth. [run away from]vor jdm./etw. fliehen
sports to homer [Am.] [to hit a home run in baseball]einen Homerun erzielen
sports to homer [to hit a home run in baseball]einen Home-Run erzielen
to outrun sb. [to run faster than sb.]schneller laufen als jd.
to run [to run away]davonrennen
to run [to run away]wegrennen
Nouns
kennel [dog run]
393
Hundezwinger {m}
kennel [dog run]
373
Zwinger {m} [für Hunde]
RealEst. derelict [run-down building]
95
Bruchbude {f}
automot. heap [coll.] [old or run-down car]
25
Schrottkarre {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
langlauf [cross-country ski run]
21
Langlauf {m}
comm. [badly-run shop or service provider]
12
Saftladen {m} [ugs.] [fig.] [pej.]
runner [person on the run]
6
Flüchtiger {m}
travel TrVocab. [bus service run by the Swiss post office]
5
Postautoverbindung {f} [schweiz.]
sports [form of dry toboggan run]Sommerrodelbahn {f}
tech. capstan [allows the tape to run at a precise and constant speed]Tonwelle {f} [auch Capstan; bei Tonbandgeräten, Filmprojektoren usw.]
ethn. encierro [Spanish bull-run]Encierro {m} [spanischer Stierlauf]
sports homer [home run in baseball]Home-Run {m}
sports homer [home run] [baseball]Homerun {m}
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