LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||31/AGO/2012 1:10 PM|
|Assunto:||Agora com frases|
to walk up/down/over
Often said of artillery or bullets that you are moving visually.
Walk the artillery behind the approaching infantry.
to run up a bill
To charge things to a bill, to incur expenses that must be paid later
I ran up a large bill at the hotel.
To approach rapidly by running.
She ran up to her mother and gave her a kiss.
To run down
Not to use wisely, conservatively
He ran down the business and it failed.
To lose movement. power
I did not wind my watch and it has run down.
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