||drive to, go to, travel to
||I have to run up to Edmonton tomorrow. Do you want to come?
||increase, add to a total, charge it
||Ming lets us run up a bill if we pay it once a month.
|run you out
||force you to leave, the bum's rush
||If they find drugs in your room they'll run you out of the hotel.
|run you ragged
||make you feel tired, wear you out
||Grade 8 students use up all your energy. They run you ragged.
||(See the runaround)
||tap water, water from a pressure system
||At the cabin in the woods we don't have running water.
|runt of the litter
||(See the runt of the litter)
||(See what a rush)
||the hour of heavy traffic, bumper to bumper
||During rush hour, many drivers become impatient and angry.
||become rusty, be ruined by rust
||Nobody wants that car because it's all rusted out.