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What is another word for ran down?

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To have discovered something either by chance or intention
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“The excellent geographical index makes it possible to run down the data for any special locality with great ease.”
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Past tense for to knock down with velocity or momentum, especially with a moving vehicle
“This morning, a car would run down a stray dog, but it managed to survive and receive treatment.”
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Past tense for to belittle or express disapproval of
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“He would constantly run down his staff, telling them how stupid they and their plans were.”
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Past tense for to become dilapidated, usually over time
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“The property had been allowed to run down by its previous owner.”
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Past tense for to become, or cause to become, reduced in size or numbers
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“A situation somewhat out of the ordinary has arisen as a result of the Government's decision to run down civil defense expenditure.”
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Past tense for to bring to an end
“This may adversely affect business and may even run down the business altogether.”
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Past tense for put under arrest
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Past tense for bring to a close
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Past tense for to summarize
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Past tense for to pursue in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
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Past tense for to assault, attack
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Past tense for to make emotionally sad or depressed
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Past tense for to move fast enough to reach or pass someone or something ahead
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Past tense for to study or check into thoroughly
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Past tense for tell someone about something
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Past tense for to use up the supply or resources of
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Past tense for to gradually eliminate or bring to an end
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Past tense for to precisely state or describe the nature, scope, or meaning of
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Past tense for to count
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Past tense for to make spitefully critical comments
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Past tense for to fall or dive downwards or to a lower level
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Past tense for to practice or rehearse something
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Past tense for to stop operating
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Past tense for to exhaust or use up all available physical energy
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Past tense for to explain meticulously or in great detail
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