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To crush or flatten something by moving over it with something heavy
“She drove over to her mother's house, being careful not to run over any raccoons.”
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To hit or collide with, typically with a moving vehicle
“Most people, though, felt the objective of the game was to mercilessly run over pedestrians.”
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To scan or look through something quickly
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Run over the list of the strong positive qualities of the strong men of your acquaintance and endeavor to reproduce them in you.”
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To repeat or recapitulate something that has been said or presented
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“Would you run over again what that would cost us?”
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To practice something repeatedly so as to become skilled
“I'll send someone to run over your lines with you right after makeup.”
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To recall in one's memory
“He began to run over in his mind the personalities of the men and women with whom he had spent the evening at the supper party.”
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To overflow or spill out from
“Do not let your drinks run over the sides of the glass.”
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To go over or beyond a given limit or level
“We have all been to talks that run over the allotted time, and the longer it goes, the more frustrated the audience will become.”
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To make a brief, usually social, visit
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To analyze with the intent of making changes
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Try, sample
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To knock down with velocity or momentum, especially with a moving vehicle
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To create or form a layer over
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To tread heavily, especially to crush underfoot
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To inundate or submerge, especially in water
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To flicker or ripple over something
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To make clear or understandable
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To estimate the value of something
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To overwhelm or inundate with people, animals or things
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To repeat what was previously said or expressed
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(of a police officer or other official) To pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items
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To repeat something that has already been said
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To move or proceed across, over, or through
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To take a brief or hurried look at someone or something
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