Definição de 'run up'

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All they've got to do is run up the past records on a computer. Hinxman, Margaret THE SOUND OF MURDERMuscles like horses, all of them, but they can hardly run up a flight of stairs. various `To negotiate the details of an agreement in the immediate run-up to an election takes all negotiating flexibility away from you. Dobbs, Michael WALL GAMES (2003)Anyway, in the run-up to the fête, I was on occasion thrown into the company of Mrs Mipchin, and, as I say, she proved useful. Barnard, Robert THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2003)He went the complete length, turned, and paused for the final run-up. Elizabeth Lowell JADE ISLAND (2003)

Sinônimos de run up

time leading up to, approach, build-up, preliminaries

Tendências de run up

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Traduções de run up

Inglês Britânico: run-up NOUN
The run-up to an event is the period of time just before it.
The issue is complicating politics in the run-up to the elections.
  • Inglês Americano: run-up
  • Português Brasileiro: véspera
  • Chinês: 前夕
  • Espanhol Europeu: periodo previo
  • Francês: période qui précède
  • Alemão: Vorfeld
  • Italiano: periodo precedente
  • Japonês: 直前
  • Coreano: ~직전 기간
  • Português Europeu: véspera
  • Espanhol: periodo previo


Definição de run up do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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