speedrun

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From speed +‎ run.

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speedrun ‎(plural speedruns)

  1. (video games) A playthrough of a computer or video game in which the whole game or a select part of it, such as a single level, is played with the intent of completing it as quickly as possible, optionally with certain prerequisites.
    In the speedrun of Super Mario Bros. 3, Anonymous Jones finishes the whole game in just 11 minutes.

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speedrun ‎(third-person singular simple present speedruns, present participle speedrunning, simple past speedran, past participle speedrun)

  1. To create a speedrun.
    In my most recent attempt to speedrun Super Mario Bros. 3, I almost managed to beat Richard Ureta's record.

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