||not go smoothly, go haywire
||We ran amuck when Gus joined the band. He can't play the tuba!
|run an errand
||deliver something, go and get something
||Paul, please run an errand for me. Take this bread to Aunt Matty.
|run circles around you
||run faster than you, win easily
||Billy can run circles around any boy in school. He's very fast.
||go to, walk to
||Lu, please run down to the store and get an onion.
||check, look over, run through
||Run down the list before we go to the store. Did I miss anything?
||criticize, put down
||Fred doesn't run down his staff. He never says negative things.
||tired, in poor condition, worn out
||His car was a run-down Buick. It belonged in the junk yard.
|run for office
||be a candidate in an election
||I do not plan to run for office this year. I'm leaving politics.
|run for the hills
||run away to a safe place, run and hide
||A tiger has escaped from the zoo! Run for the hills!
|run for your money
||(See a run for your money)