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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *跑* | 跑* | *跑
(of an animal) to paw (the ground)
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *跑* | 跑* | *跑
to run / to run away / to escape / to run around (on errands etc) / (of a gas or liquid) to leak or evaporate / (verb complement) away / off
to run / to jog / (military) to march at the double
jogging / to jog / to canter / a slow trot
horse race / to ride a horse at a fast pace / wet dream
to run
Happy Valley (suburb of Hong Kong)
racing bicycle / sporting bicycle / sports car / logging truck / on the job (of a train conductor)
athletic track / track / runway (i.e. airstrip)
supercar / abbr. for 超級跑車|超级跑车
treadmill / running machine
to flee from sth / to run away / to escape
to run away / to escape
to run out
to scamper / to run around
running shoes
to start running / the start of a race
long-distance running
to run off rebuffed / to fend off / (to fight off and make sb) run off
parkour (loanword)
tabletop role-playing game
to run fast / to sprint / to gallop / Gee up! / Run for it!
race (running) / to race (running)
to travel on foot / (informal) to run off / to abscond
to take the lead in a race / to set the pace
to run around all over the place
running style / racing technique
to escape / to flee / to run away
supercar / abbr. to 超跑
to run errands
sprint (race)
the starting line (of a race) / scratch line (in a relay race)
to scare away
cross country running
running between bases (in baseball)
stopwatch
runner
to lose flavor
to drive away / to force out / to repel
to run like the wind / to rush / to gallop
middle distance race
to play a small role
racecourse
to run up (pole vault, javelin, bowling etc) / approach / run-up / (aviation) takeoff run
to make a living as a traveling performer etc
to race against time
to trot
to be off-key or out of tune (while singing) (colloquial)
synthetic athletics track / tartan track
to digress / to stray from the topic
to vote against the party line / to vote contrary to one's promise
steeplechase (athletics)
to jump the gun / to make a false start
rushing to stake one's claim in new markets
(idiom) to have a glib tongue / to talk big
waiter (old)
electrical leakage
sports coupé (car)
100-meter dash
long distance runner
cross-country running
Paoma Mountain in Kangding 康定, Sichuan
relay race
to run errands
lit. you can't expect the horse to run fast but not let it graze (idiom) / fig. you can't have your cake and eat it, too
runner (in baseball)
horse racing track / racetrack
to run quickly / to rush / to gallop
runway (at airport)
to run this way and that (idiom); to rush about busily / to bustle about
to run away / to take to one's heels
to run for shelter
to lose flavor
to work hectically / to be on the go / to run around attending to various tasks
to go everywhere / to scour (the whole town)
to talk without thinking / to drivel
absent-minded / one's mind is wandering
waiter
(coll.) to have diarrhea
runway (at airport)
(dialect) to live as a bachelor / bachelor
to go on an errand for nothing / to go on a wild-goose chase
the monk can run away, but the temple won't run with him (idiom) / you can run this time, but you'll have to come back / I'll get you sooner or later
the monk can run away, but the temple won't run with him (idiom) / you can run this time, but you'll have to come back / I'll get you sooner or later
to make a journey for nothing
the monk can run away, but the temple won't run with him (idiom) / you can run this time, but you'll have to come back / I'll get you sooner or later / also written 跑得了和尚跑不了廟|跑得了和尚跑不了庙


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