1. Run After: To chase or pursue
E. g. I ran after the bus, but it didn't stop for me.
2. Run Around: To run around an area
E. g. When I was a kid, I used to run around the neighborhood with my friends.
3. Run Away: To run away from somebody who is chasing you, or in the opposite direction from something.
E. g. Everyone ran away from the explosion.
4. Run Into:
Run into someone: Meet someone unexpectedly.
E. g. I ran into my English teacher at the shopping mall.
5. Run Off: To make photocopies.
E. g. Can you run off 200 copies of this report?
6. Run On: Be powered by
E. g. Electric cars run on electricity, not gas.
7. Run Out Of: Have none left
E. g. We ran out of beer at the party, so we had to go buy some more.
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