a town in NW England, in Halton unitary authority, N Cheshire, on the Manchester Ship Canal: port and industrial centre; designated a new town in 1964. Pop: 60 072 (2001)

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    Be in conflict with, oppose, as in Practice often runs counter to theory. This idiom, first recorded in 1843, uses counter in the sense of “in an opposite direction.”

  • Rundale

    noun 1. (formerly) the name given, esp in Ireland and earlier in Scotland, to the system of land tenure in which each land-holder had several strips of land that were not contiguous Also called (in Scotland) runrig

  • Rundi

    noun, plural Rundis (especially collectively) Rundi for 1. 1. a member of a people constituting virtually the entire population of Burundi. 2. Also called Kirundi. the Bantu language of the Rundi people, closely related to Ruanda.

  • Rundle

    noun 1. a rung of a ladder. 2. a wheel or similar rotating object. noun 1. a rung of a ladder 2. a wheel, esp of a wheelbarrow

  • Rundlet

    noun 1. an old British measure of capacity, about 15 imperial gallons (68 liters). 2. a small cask. noun 1. (obsolete) a liquid measure, generally about 15 gallons

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