a small, light automobile or other vehicle, usually with an open top; roadster.
a small pleasure motorboat.
a person who roves around from place to place or group to group.
a small car, esp one for use in a town
a light aircraft
a light motorboat
a person who moves about constantly or busily
(intransitive, adverb) to move busily from place to place
- Run a fever
Also, run a temperature. Suffer from a body temperature higher than normal, as in She was running a fever so I kept her home from school. These idioms use run in the sense of “cause to move,” in this case upward. [ Early 1900s ]
- Run against
1. Also, run up against or run into. Encounter something, especially a difficulty, unexpectedly. For example, We didn’t know we’d run up against so much opposition, or He ran into trouble with his taxes. [ Late 1300s ] 2. Work against, as in Public sentiment ran against her. [ Late 1300s ] 3. Oppose for […]
- Run a game on
run a game on
noun 1. a fugitive or runaway. 2. a vagabond or wanderer. noun 1. (archaic) a vagabond, fugitive, or renegade (as modifier): a runagate priest
- Run a make
run a make