a fugitive or runaway.
a vagabond or wanderer.
a vagabond, fugitive, or renegade
(as modifier): a runagate priest
- Run a make
run a make
- Run amok
Also, run riot or wild. Behave in a frenzied, out-of-control, or unrestrained manner. For example, I was afraid that if I left the toddler alone she would run amok and have a hard time calming down, or The weeds are running riot in the lawn, or The children were running wild in the playground. Amok […]
noun in basketball, a fast-paced offense where players fast-break and shots are taken very quickly run-and-gun
- Run an errand
Go to perform a commission, as in I spent the morning running household errands—to the cleaners, the supermarket, the hardware store. [ c. 1500 ]