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To have ceased to retain something
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“It didn't take them too many years to run through all their money.”
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Past tense for to impale or stab with a pointed object
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“I was thinking that it might be handy to have a wooden stake to run through the vampire's heart.”
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Past tense for to quickly scan or peruse through, especially reading material
“I like to run through the daily paper each morning while I'm on the train to work.”
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Past tense for to list or go through an enumerated account of
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“I run through each item in the shopping list while Sally mentally checks them off.”
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Past tense for to taint or afflict with something undesirable
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“An immoral plague would run through this once great City of Wumpland, running it to its ruin.”
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Past tense for to imbue or be present in every part of
“This sense of purpose should run through every fiber of the organization and live within every employee, from the CEO down.”
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Past tense for to practice or rehearse something
“Enraged, Marge demanded that they run through the scene with the broken glass bottle again.”
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Past tense for to browse rapidly
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Past tense for to summarize or repeat in concise form
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Past tense for to summarize
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Past tense for reread work done previously to improve one's knowledge of a subject, typically to prepare for an examination
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Past tense for to move or proceed further along a path or course
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Past tense for to engage in (typically meaningless or unimportant) conversation
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Past tense for to colour slightly
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Past tense for to give a detailed account in words of
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Past tense for to take a brief or hurried look
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Past tense for to untangle or arrange (the hair) by drawing a comb through it
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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 inflict emotional or physical harm or distress upon
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Past tense for to recall or thoughtfully
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Past tense for to die or cease living
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Past tense for to wear away gradually
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Past tense for to move across or through a given point
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Past tense for to move or proceed across, over, or through
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Past tense for to conceptualize afresh, or to develop a replacement concept of
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