run time

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See also: runtime and run-time


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run +‎ time


run time (countable and uncountable, plural run times)

  1. (computing) The stage during which a program is executing.
  2. (computing) The amount of time during which a program is executing.
  3. (computing) A software component designed to support the execution of computer programs.
    You need to install the .NET runtime before you can run this application.
  4. (media) The length of a film, television program or audio track in minutes, usually with end credits included
    Synonym: running time

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