Liu Xiang runs fast.
He can run very slow.
Learn to walk before you run.
travel all over the country
He is out all day.
I have walked this district for five kilometres round.
The child can't walk yet.
v.go about doing something
run about collecting material
be a commercial traveller
I had to run around to several shops to get that wrench.
make a living as a vagrant merchant
v.run away; escape
Don't let the rabbit run away.
Three of the prisoners have escaped.
Don't let the thief get away!
go to a place by foot
v.(of an object) be off from the right place
The paper blew off the table.
The seedlings were washed away by the flood.
v.(of a liquid) evaporate: leak
The bottle was not tightly sealed, and the gasoline evaporated.
The pipe leaks gas.
Words and phrases with 跑
- 跑题[word]deviate from the point at issue
- 跑肚[word]have loose bowels
- 跑街[word]go around in a city working as a business agent/salesman for a firm; travelling agent or salesman
- 跑车[word]be on the job; accidentally slide down
- 跑圆场[word]walk in circles in the middle of the stage so as to mimic the idea of walking a long distance
- 跑码头[word]travel from port to port as a trader
- 跑跑跳跳[idiom]run and jump in a vivacious way
- 跑跑颠颠[idiom]run and jump
- 跑马卖解[idiom]be an acrobat in a roving troupe
- Note"跑" is usually pronounced as "pǎo"; when pronounced as "páo", it means that the beast digs the ground with its claws, as in "虎跑泉".