例句1. it was his running between the wickets that really caught the eye′
例句2. the day-to-day running of the school′
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1.The action or movement of a runner.
‘his running tore United to shreds'
‘His contribution has been to deploy the team in a setup to maximise John's pace and direct running .'
‘The guile of Johnny at stand off and the elusive running of Warren from full back kept the team one step ahead.'
‘If you watch Cole in the centre circle when the action is elsewhere, he puts in little superfluous running .'
‘More direct running , allied with better movement on and off the ball, allowed a few better chances to be conjured up.'
2.The sport of racing on foot.
‘marathon running '
‘Jay decided that he was out of shape and that maybe he should take up running .'
‘According to his piece on marathons the older the better for long-distance running .'
‘Blisters are a common minor injury for athletes who take part in prolonged sports, such as long-distance running or football.'
‘Lord Coe holds four Olympic medals and eight world records in middle-distance running .'
3.The action of managing or operating something.
‘the day-to-day running of the office'
‘The legitimate aim was the proper running of a multi-cultural, multi-faith, secular school.'
‘The company keeps your data safe and is responsible for the financial running of the project.'
‘In her role as manager, she was responsible for the day-to-day running of the premises.'
‘But a spokesman denied his absence would jeopardise the smooth running of the general and county council elections.'
1.The action of managing or operating something.
‘hot and cold running water'
2.(of water) flowing naturally or supplied to a building through pipes and taps.
‘The authority would be particularly interested in helping people whose homes still do not have indoor toilets or hot running water.'
‘Tree houses now come with all modern conveniences including heat, light, running water and internet connections.'
‘In the background a soundtrack of running water and gravel could be heard.'
‘Prisoners often had inadequate clothing to protect themselves from the elements, and most camps lacked running water and heat.'
3.(of a sore or a part of the body) exuding liquid or pus.
‘a running sore'
‘But she had an offensive, running sore that lay open from below her knee right down to her foot.'
4.Done while running.
‘a running jump'
‘He took a running leap and jumped onto the cot, sending it crashing to the ground.'
‘I took a running start and jumped for the bed falling face flat on a pillow.'
‘I taking a running jump and land a nice axe kick on him.'
‘In a running long jump the arms are out of phase, one behind and the other in front.'
5.Continuous or recurring over a long period.
‘a running joke'
‘One of the film's running jokes has his three children growing fat because of their love of junk food.'
‘The running joke is about a well-educated immigrant stuck in a dead job.'
‘Like many Scottish men typecast by gender, Max's chosen career is something of a running joke amongst members of his family.'
‘Then for the next fortnight it would be a running joke in the restaurant.'
6.Consecutive; in succession.
‘he failed to produce an essay for the third week running '
‘The former gospel singer has held onto her number one spot for the second week running .'
‘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.'