run something off

run something off

would you run off that list for me?

copy, photocopy, xerox, duplicate, print, reproduce

run off some of the excess water

drain, bleed, draw off, pump out

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  • run something off — 1 would you run off that list for me?: COPY, photocopy, xerox, duplicate, print, produce, do. 2 run off some of the excess water: DRAIN, bleed, draw off …   Useful english dictionary

  • run something off — 1》 produce a copy on a machine. 2》 write or recite something quickly and with little effort. 3》 drain liquid from a container. → run …   English new terms dictionary

  • run sth off — UK US run sth off Phrasal Verb with run({{}}/rʌn/ verb (running, ran, run) ► If you run off copies of something, you print them: »Could you run off five copies of this for me, please? …   Financial and business terms

  • rattle something off — REEL OFF, recite, list, fire off, run through, enumerate. → rattle * * * say, perform, or produce something quickly and effortlessly he rattled off some instructions * * * ˌrattle sthˈoff derived to say sth from memory without having to think too …   Useful english dictionary

  • rattle something off — she can rattle off the complete list of Shakespeare s plays Syn: reel off, recite, list, fire off, run through, enumerate …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • reel something off — RECITE, rattle off, list rapidly, run through, enumerate, detail, itemize. → reel * * * ˌreel sthˈoff derived to say or repeat sth quickly without having to stop or think about it • She immediately reeled off several names. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • reel something off — she can reel off all the U.S. vice presidents in less than a minute Syn: recite, rattle off, list rapidly, run through, enumerate, detail, itemize …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • chase something off — ˌchase sb/sthaˈway, ˈoff, ˈout, etc. derived to force sb/sth to run away • Chase the cat out we don t want her in the kitchen. • This particular fish chases off any other fish that enters its territory. Main entry: ↑chasederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • run — 1 /rVn/ verb past tense ran past participle run present participle running MOVE QUICKLY ON FOOT 1 (I) to move quickly on foot by moving your legs more quickly than when you are walking: I had to run to catch the bus. | Two youths were killed when …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Run — A run consists of a series of bid and offer quotes for different securities or maturities. Dealers give to and ask for runs from each other. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. run run 1 [rʌn] verb ran PASTTENSE [ræn] …   Financial and business terms

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