the gradual termination of a groove on the body of an object not ending there, as the upper termination of a flute in a twist drill.
Also called back clearance. a space in a depressed area of an object into which a machine tool or grinding wheel may safely enter at the end of a pass or operation.
the merging of a curved surface into another surface.
an act or instance of running away so as to evade, abandon, or avoid something.
a person who runs away so as to avoid payment or duty.
an act or instance of expiring or becoming depleted:
the runout of a union contract; a runout in office supplies.
uneven wear on the outer edges of a tire or on the rim of a wheel.
the act of evading a jump or jumping outside of the limiting markers.
noun, Manège. 1. the act of evading a jump or jumping outside of the limiting markers. run-out
noun, Printing. 1. the amount of type matter for a given article, story, etc., that is carried over to another page, column, or line.
- Run over someone
run over someone
adjective 1. made to resist unraveling, runs, or running, as stockings or dyes.