We ran across some old friends in the village.
He watched Karl run across the street to Tommy.
Quick! Run across while the road is clear.
One day I happened to run across her.
If you run after two hares, you will catch neither.
Neighbouring shopkeepers ran after the man and caught him
Since so many days you have made us run after you.
By the time she was fifteen Maria was already running after men twice her age.
She runs after every good-looking man she meets.
No one noticed we had been running around emptying bins and cleaning up.
run around sb
run around with sb
When he was younger he ran around with a rough crowd.
I wish my son wouldn't run around with those hooligans.
run away with
（想象、情绪等）失去控制，按捺不住；轻松取胜;轻易赢得 ； 轻率接受(某种错误想法)
You're letting your imagination run away with you.
Radford sometimes allows his enthusiasm to run away with him.
Don't let your imagination run away with you.
Powell let his libidinous imagination run away with him.
Theresa Zabell ran away with the women's gold medal.
It's very easy for us to run away with the idea that we can control everything.
She ran away with a man called McTavish last year
When we launched a general offensive, the enemy troops ran away with their tailsbetween their legs.
She ran away with him to Mexico and espoused the revolutionary cause.
1离开；逃离；离家出走 2私奔 3逃避，躲避（问题、新事物等）
I ran away from home when I was sixteen...
Three years ago I ran away to Mexico to live with a circus.
I can't stand any more. I'm going to run away
He tried to run away but gave up when he found himself surrounded
So let's not be hasty. After all, he can't run away
Keep an eye on that rascal. Don't let him run away.
When he tried to run away, I got him by the neck.
If we don't speak of our achievements, they won't run away. If we don't find out our faults, we'll be in a bad way.
We hear of women who run away, leaving behind their homes and families.
After his beating Colin ran away and hasn't been heard of since
When found, the children said they'd run away for a dare.
He and I were always planning to run away together.
She ran away with a man called McTavish last year.
They run away from the problem, hoping it will disappear of its own accord.
You can't run away for ever.
These factories are run by the local authorities.
Men never notice anything in a house run by their womenfolk.
The Sky News TV station is largely run by ex-BBC news staffers.
This particular place was run by an ex-Army colonel.
The club was run by Miss Ivy Streeter.
Westerners charged that the party was run by an unholy coalition between Northand South.
Economic policy in Europe should not be run by an unaccountable committee ofgovernors of central banks.
1严厉批评；斥责；抨击 2压缩；削减；减少 3减少；降低 4（车辆）把…撞伤，撞倒 5（机器设备）逐渐损耗，效能降低
1遇到（问题、困难等）；陷入（困境） 2偶遇；碰到 3（车辆）意外撞上 4（费用或数量）高达，达到
1用完；耗尽 2被用完；耗尽 3（法律文件）到期，失效
1去向…求助；去告诉 2达到（特定数量或规模） 3支付得起；有钱购买
run up against