English to Irish Meaning :: running

Running :
ag rith
reáchtáil, rith, cuir ag dul, bheith ar siúl, téigh, gluais, snigh, sil, doirt, cas air, cuir air, cuir ar siúl, bheith ag gabháil, bheith ag dul, bheith ag rith, bheith casta air, bheith i mbun, cuir ar fáil, déan, cuir i gcrích, bheith ann, imigh, mair, téigh ar aghaidh, bheith air, bheith ag imeacht, oibrigh, cuir ag gabháil, coinnigh ar an mbóthar, coinnigh ag gabháil, rois, síob a thabhairt do, tabhair, cuir, fás, cuimil, seas, bheith, smuigleáil - ag rithag rith
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Noun(1) (American football(2) the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace(3) the state of being in operation(4) the act of administering or being in charge of something(5) the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track
Verb(1) move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time(2) flee; take to one's heels; cut and run(3) stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point(4) direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.(5) have a particular form(6) move along, of liquids(7) perform as expected when applied(8) change or be different within limits(9) run, stand, or compete for an office or a position(10) cause to emit recorded audio or video(11) move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way(12) have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined(13) be operating, running or functioning(14) change from one state to another(15) cause to perform(16) be affected by; be subjected to
Adjective(1) (of fluids(2) continually repeated over a period of time(3) of advancing the ball by running(4) executed or initiated by running(5) measured lengthwise(6) (of e.g. a machine, or working

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(1) Blisters are a common minor injury for athletes who take part in prolonged sports, such as long-distance running or football.(2) The Otley rugby player has been among their recruits producing some exciting if unorthodox running between the wickets.(3) Suddenly, the low, rhythmic sound of running footsteps became conscious to the both of us.(4) Those who are absent from classes for two weeks running or 50 class hours added up in one semester will be given a record of a demerit for misconduct.(5) Some great strokes and hard running from the batsman managed to make it seven needed from the last over.(6) The Laois style of quick passing and running was replaced by the more direct approach of catch and kick.(7) Since virtually every running of the race takes place in driving rain and a bitter wind, the spongy surface drains the strength from the horses.(8) It is not known whether the premises have a working electricity supply or running water and much of the estate has fallen into disrepair.(9) This coming Sunday the Athletic Club are pleased to present the second running of the Round Hill Fell Race.(10) The police's long running battle to take on the burglar enters a new phase in the town this week.(11) I have no idea whether they realise how much they have disrupted the day-to-day to running of the school.(12) The return to running should be gradual, starting at an easy pace on a level surface.(13) The company keeps your data safe and is responsible for the financial running of the project.(14) This will be the 132nd running of what I will continue to call the Powderhall sprint.(15) I was into my running and competed in the London Marathon three times and did numerous half marathons.(16) At least part of that time should be spent running , preferably off the leash in a safe, confined area.
Related Words
(1) run ::
(2) running shoe ::
ag rith bróg
(3) running away ::
ag rith amach
(4) running out ::
ag rith amach
(5) running water ::
uisce reatha
(6) running shoes ::
bróga reatha
(7) go running ::
dul ag rith
(8) time is running out ::
am ag rith amach
(9) running nose ::
srón ag rith
(10) keep running ::
choinneáil ar siúl
(11) running track ::
raon reatha
1. flowing ::
ag sileadh
2. ongoing ::
3. in succession ::
i ndiaidh a
4. linear ::
5. working ::
ag obair
7. administration ::
8. operation ::
9. track ::
10. run ::
11. sprint ::
13. compete ::
dul san iomaíocht
14. go ::
15. cast ::
16. extend ::
17. flow ::
18. travel ::
19. drive ::
20. be in charge of ::
a bheith i gceannas ar
21. maintain ::
a choimeád ar bun
23. operate ::
24. be valid ::
25. be staged ::
a stáitse
26. be a candidate for ::
bheith ina iarrthóir le haghaidh
27. publish ::
28. smuggle ::
29. chase ::
30. run for ::
ar siúl ar feadh
31. consort ::
32. course ::
33. execute ::
34. endure ::
35. guide ::
36. ladder ::
37. unravel ::
39. campaign ::
40. lam ::
41. play ::
42. ply ::
43. range ::
44. hunt ::
45. race ::
46. carry ::
47. lead ::
48. tend ::
claonadh a bhíonn
49. bleed ::
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Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Ball came in my direction,
batter wouldn\

Ball came in my direction, batter wouldn't even bother RUNNING.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 8

I mean, you\

I mean, you've gotta be RUNNING low, right? How many bullets does that gun even take?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 1


I'm-I'm just RUNNING some errands.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 7

\"You are running the locomotive.\"

"You are RUNNING the locomotive." (GASPS)

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15


I've run before from the Red Wedding. I'm not RUNNING again.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8

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