Run meaning in Hindi

Run is a english word.

Run Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • run = दौड़ना

    • Usage: She cannot run fast because her leg pains.
    • Usage: He was the first person to run a mile in four minutes.
  • run = दौड़ाना

    • Usage: She ran her eyes over the stage.
  • run = चलना

    • Usage: The derby will run in spite of his ill health.
    • Usage: The ferries don't run on sundays.
    • Usage: In Calcutta trams run on rails
    • Usage: The lease of her house has only a year to run.
    • Usage: P.C.Sarkar's magic show ran for six months only.
  • run = ले जाना

    • Usage: Can I run you to the airport?
    • Usage: He used to run arms across the border.
  • run = जाना

    • Usage: The G T road runs parallel to the Allahabad city.
    • Usage: He murdered his wife,so the story runs.
  • run = चालू करना

    • Usage: Could you run a hot bath for me?
  • run = दौड़

    • Usage: She goes for a run every morning.
  • run = सैर

    • Usage: They have taken out their van for a run around the city for sight seeing.
  • run = मार्ग

    • Usage: This ferry operates on the Albagh-Bombay run
  • run = लम्बा दौर

    • Usage: `Shatranj ke khiladi 'play had a good run in the country.
    • Usage: Last year we had enjoyed an exceptional run of good monsoon.
  • run = माँग

    • Usage: When the new currency measures were announced there was a run on the bank.
  • run = बाड़ा

    • Usage: She has a very big 'chicken-run' at her back yard. .
  • run = ट्रैक

    • Usage: Generally people go to shimla for a special sport,'ski-run'.
  • run = रन

    • Usage: Indian cricket won the game by 20 runs.
  • run =

    • Usage: The run of the cards favoured his luck.

Run Meaning in Detail

  • run (noun) = a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely

    Synonyms: run, tally

    • Usage: the Yankees scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th
    • Usage: their first tally came in the 3rd inning
  • run (noun) = the act of testing something

    Synonyms: test, trial, run

    • Usage: in the experimental trials the amount of carbon was measured separately
    • Usage: he called each flip of the coin a new trial
  • run (noun) = a race run on foot

    Synonyms: footrace, foot_race, run

    • Usage: she broke the record for the half-mile run
  • run (noun) = an unbroken series of events

    Synonyms: streak, run

    • Usage: had a streak of bad luck
    • Usage: Nicklaus had a run of birdies
  • run (noun) = (American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team

    Synonyms: run, running, running_play, running_game

    • Usage: the defensive line braced to stop the run
    • Usage: the coach put great emphasis on running
  • run (noun) = a regular trip

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: the ship made its run in record time
  • run (noun) = the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace

    Synonyms: run, running

    • Usage: he broke into a run
    • Usage: his daily run keeps him fit
  • run (noun) = the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: the assembly line was on a 12-hour run
  • run (noun) = unrestricted freedom to use

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: he has the run of the house
  • run (noun) = the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.)

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: a daily run of 100,000 gallons of paint
  • run (noun) = a small stream

    Synonyms: rivulet, rill, run, runnel, streamlet

  • run (noun) = a race between candidates for elective office

    Synonyms: political_campaign, campaign, run

    • Usage: I managed his campaign for governor
    • Usage: he is raising money for a Senate run
  • run (noun) = a row of unravelled stitches

    Synonyms: run, ladder, ravel

    • Usage: she got a run in her stocking
  • run (noun) = the pouring forth of a fluid

    Synonyms: discharge, outpouring, run

  • run (noun) = an unbroken chronological sequence

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: the play had a long run on Broadway
    • Usage: the team enjoyed a brief run of victories
  • run (noun) = a short trip

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: take a run into town
  • run (verb) = move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: Don't run--you'll be out of breath
    • Usage: The children ran to the store
  • run (verb) = flee; take to one's heels; cut and run

    Synonyms: scat, run, scarper, turn_tail, lam, run_away, hightail_it, bunk, head_for_the_hills, take_to_the_woods, escape, fly_the_coop, break_away

    • Usage: If you see this man, run!
    • Usage: The burglars escaped before the police showed up
  • run (verb) = stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point

    Synonyms: run, go, pass, lead, extend

    • Usage: Service runs all the way to Cranbury
    • Usage: His knowledge doesn't go very far
    • Usage: My memory extends back to my fourth year of life
    • Usage: The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets
  • run (verb) = direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.

    Synonyms: operate, run

    • Usage: She is running a relief operation in the Sudan
  • run (verb) = have a particular form

    Synonyms: run, go

    • Usage: the story or argument runs as follows
    • Usage: as the saying goes...
  • run (verb) = move along, of liquids

    Synonyms: run, flow, feed, course

    • Usage: Water flowed into the cave
    • Usage: the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi
  • run (verb) = perform as expected when applied

    Synonyms: function, work, operate, go, run

    • Usage: The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in
    • Usage: Does this old car still run well?
    • Usage: This old radio doesn't work anymore
  • run (verb) = change or be different within limits

    Synonyms: range, run

    • Usage: Estimates for the losses in the earthquake range as high as $2 billion
    • Usage: Interest rates run from 5 to 10 percent
    • Usage: The instruments ranged from tuba to cymbals
    • Usage: My students range from very bright to dull
  • run (verb) = run, stand, or compete for an office or a position

    Synonyms: campaign, run

    • Usage: Who's running for treasurer this year?
  • run (verb) = cause to emit recorded audio or video

    Synonyms: play, run

    • Usage: They ran the tapes over and over again
    • Usage: I'll play you my favorite record
    • Usage: He never tires of playing that video
  • run (verb) = move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: who are these people running around in the building?
    • Usage: She runs around telling everyone of her troubles
    • Usage: let the dogs run free
  • run (verb) = have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined

    Synonyms: tend, be_given, lean, incline, run

    • Usage: She tends to be nervous before her lectures
    • Usage: These dresses run small
    • Usage: He inclined to corpulence
  • run (verb) = be operating, running or functioning

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: The car is still running--turn it off!
  • run (verb) = change from one state to another

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: run amok
    • Usage: run rogue
    • Usage: run riot
  • run (verb) = cause to perform

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: run a subject
    • Usage: run a process
  • run (verb) = be affected by; be subjected to

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: run a temperature
    • Usage: run a risk
  • run (verb) = continue to exist

    Synonyms: prevail, persist, die_hard, run, endure

    • Usage: These stories die hard
    • Usage: The legend of Elvis endures
  • run (verb) = occur persistently

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: Musical talent runs in the family
  • run (verb) = carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine

    Synonyms: run, execute

    • Usage: Run the dishwasher
    • Usage: run a new program on the Mac
    • Usage: the computer executed the instruction
  • run (verb) = include as the content; broadcast or publicize

    Synonyms: carry, run

    • Usage: We ran the ad three times
    • Usage: This paper carries a restaurant review
    • Usage: All major networks carried the press conference
  • run (verb) = carry out

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: run an errand
  • run (verb) = pass over, across, or through

    Synonyms: guide, run, draw, pass

    • Usage: He ran his eyes over her body
    • Usage: She ran her fingers along the carved figurine
    • Usage: He drew her hair through his fingers
  • run (verb) = cause something to pass or lead somewhere

    Synonyms: run, lead

    • Usage: Run the wire behind the cabinet
  • run (verb) = make without a miss

    Synonyms: run

  • run (verb) = deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor

    Synonyms: run, black_market

  • run (verb) = cause an animal to move fast

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: run the dogs
  • run (verb) = be diffused

    Synonyms: run, bleed

    • Usage: These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run
  • run (verb) = sail before the wind

    Synonyms: run

  • run (verb) = cover by running; run a certain distance

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: She ran 10 miles that day
  • run (verb) = extend or continue for a certain period of time

    Synonyms: run, run_for

    • Usage: The film runs 5 hours
  • run (verb) = set animals loose to graze

    Synonyms: run

  • run (verb) = keep company

    Synonyms: run, consort

    • Usage: the heifers run with the bulls to produce offspring
  • run (verb) = run with the ball; in such sports as football

    Synonyms: run

  • run (verb) = travel rapidly, by any (unspecified) means

    Synonyms: run

    • Usage: Run to the store!
    • Usage: She always runs to Italy, because she has a lover there
  • run (verb) = travel a route regularly

    Synonyms: ply, run

    • Usage: Ships ply the waters near the coast
  • run (verb) = pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals)

    Synonyms: hunt, run, hunt_down, track_down

    • Usage: Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland
    • Usage: The dogs are running deer
    • Usage: The Duke hunted in these woods
  • run (verb) = compete in a race

    Synonyms: race, run

    • Usage: he is running the Marathon this year
    • Usage: let's race and see who gets there first
  • run (verb) = progress by being changed

    Synonyms: move, go, run

    • Usage: The speech has to go through several more drafts
    • Usage: run through your presentation before the meeting
  • run (verb) = reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating

    Synonyms: melt, run, melt_down

    • Usage: melt butter
    • Usage: melt down gold
    • Usage: The wax melted in the sun
  • run (verb) = come unraveled or undone as if by snagging

    Synonyms: ladder, run

    • Usage: Her nylons were running
  • run (verb) = become undone

    Synonyms: run, unravel

    • Usage: the sweater unraveled
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