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- To flee or depart quickly.
- Don't run off before the end of the event.
- (idiomatic) To make photocopies, or print.
- Please run off a couple dozen more flyers to pass out.
- (idiomatic) To write something quickly.
- Shakespeare could run off a play in just a couple of days.
- (of a liquid) To pour or spill off or over.
- They kept a barrel to store rainwater that has run off the roof.
- To leave someone without prior advice.
- He ran off to France leaving her with all the debts and three children to bring up.
- To chase someone away.
- If anyone comes into this field, the bull will soon run them off.
- To operate by a particular energy source.
- This radio runs off batteries.
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