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  • 1 make a run at — (something) to try to achieve something. I never thought I d win the prize, but I m happy I got to make a run at it …

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  • 2 make\ a\ run\ for\ it — • run for it • make a run for it v. phr. To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it. The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if …

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  • 3 make a run for it — (make a) run for it to hurry away from something. We d better run for it or we ll get wet. After a few days in the prison camp, Riney decided to make a run for it …

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  • 4 make a run for something — phrase to run towards something trying to reach it Maddie made a run for the exit. Thesaurus: to runsynonym Main entry: run …

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  • 5 make a run at something — make a run at (something) to try to achieve something. I never thought I d win the prize, but I m happy I got to make a run at it …

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  • 6 make a run for it — phrase to suddenly start running because you want to escape He saw the guard was looking the other way and made a run for it. Thesaurus: to escape from a place or situationsynonym Main entry: run …

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  • 7 (make a) run for it — attempt to escape by running away. → run …

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  • 8 make a run for it — to suddenly run fast in order to escape from somewhere or get to somewhere. When the guard turned away, the two prisoners made a run for it. Let s make a run for it as soon as the rain lets up a bit …

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  • 9 make blood run cold — make (someone s) blood run cold if something makes someone s blood run cold, it makes them very frightened. I heard a scream which made my blood run cold …

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  • 10 make blood run cold — (make)(your) blood run cold to be very frightened. The thought of the damage such a bomb could do made my blood run cold …

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  • 11 make a run for it — dash for safety, make a speedy escape He made a run for it as soon as the class finished …

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  • 12 make blood run cold —    If something makes your blood run cold, it shocks or scares you a lot.     The look in the prisoner s eye made my blood run cold! …

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  • 13 make a run for something — to run towards something trying to reach it Maddie made a run for the exit …

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  • 14 make a run for it — to suddenly start running because you want to escape He saw the guard was looking the other way and made a run for it …

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  • 15 Before They Make Me Run — Infobox Song Name = Before They Make Me Run Artist = The Rolling Stones Album = Some Girls Released= 9 June 1978 track no = 8 Recorded = March 1978 Genre = Rock Length = 3m:25s Writer = Jagger/Richards Label = Rolling Stones/Virgin Producer = The …

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  • 16 run for it — or[make a run for it] {v. phr.} To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. * /The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it./ * /The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if./ …

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  • 17 run for it — or[make a run for it] {v. phr.} To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. * /The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it./ * /The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if./ …

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  • 18 run\ for\ it — • run for it • make a run for it v. phr. To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it. The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if …

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  • 19 run for it — (make a) run for it to hurry away from something. We d better run for it or we ll get wet. After a few days in the prison camp, Riney decided to make a run for it …

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  • 20 run for it — (informal) To attempt to escape, run away from • • • Main Entry: ↑run * * * run for it spoken phrase to run very quickly in order to escape from someone or something As soon as he looked the other way, we ran for it. Thesaurus: to escape from a… …

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