Expresiones y frases - Verbo 'To run'

Idioms - Verb 'To run'

to run a risk of correr el riesgo de
to run amok/amuck descontrolarse
to run rings around someone darle mil vueltas a alguien
to run someone ragged agotar a alguien
to run the gauntlet of hacer frente al acoso
  • If you don't go to class again you'll run the risk of flunking.
  • When the band came out of the plane, the whole place ran amok with euphoria.
  • My five year old grandson runs rings around me as regards computers.
  • The kids have been run ragged with school, piano, tennis and karate lessons.
  • The couple had to run the gauntlet of the yellow press when they separated.