|run out of patience
||(See lose patience)
|run out of town
||chase out of town, the bum's rush
||If you don't pay property taxes they'll run you out of town.
||spread quickly, go out of control
||A disease can run rampant in a ghetto. It's difficult to control.
||force his way, step on people
||The foreman is mean. He'll try to run roughshod over you.
||have less than you need, run out
||First we ran out of coffee. Then we ran short of wine.
|run the gamut
||look at what is available, check the range of choices
||We ran the whole gamut of colors but she didn't like any of them.
|run the gauntlet
||run past the enemy, go through a dangerous area
||After three job interviews, I felt like I'd run the gauntlet.
|run the risk
||be at risk, be unable to control the risk or danger
||When you invest in stocks, you run the risk of losing money.
|run the show
||manage the project, call the shots
||Talk to Luc if you want to change anything. He's running the show.
||practise, read, go through
||Let's run through the answers again. I want to know them well.