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To use or spend recklessly or rapidly
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“It didn't take them too many years to run through all their money.”
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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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To quickly scan or peruse through, especially reading material
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“I like to run through the daily paper each morning while I'm on the train to work.”
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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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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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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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To practice or rehearse something
“Enraged, Marge demanded that they run through the scene with the broken glass bottle again.”
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To summarize or repeat in concise form
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To summarize
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Reread work done previously to improve one's knowledge of a subject, typically to prepare for an examination
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To move or proceed further along a course
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To engage in (typically meaningless or unimportant) conversation
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To colour slightly
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To untangle or arrange (the hair) by drawing a comb through it
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To inflict emotional or physical harm or distress upon
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To recall or thoughtfully
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To die or cease living
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To wear away gradually
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To move or proceed across, over, or through
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To conceptualize afresh, or to develop a replacement concept of
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Full uninterrupted rehearsal
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An enumeration or listing of connected names, facts, or events
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An analysis or summary of something by a knowledgeable person
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A procedure intended to establish the quality, performance, or reliability of something
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Not including needless details or formalities
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