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The Italian word for to run is
correre





to run

Italian Definition


run
     1. verb. amministrare, condurre (un'azienda)
     2. verb. correre
     3. verb. fluire
     4. sost. corsa
     5. sost. smagliatura
     6. sost. giro (in macchina)



Translations for run and their definitions

corsa
     1. n. (athletics) run, running
     2. n. (sports) race, racing
     3. n. trip, journey
     4. n. movement (of a pendulum)
     5. n. stroke (of a piston)
     6. adj. feminine singular of adjective corso
     7. n-f. feminine noun of corso


correrepronunciation
     1. v. to run (a race or a risk)
     2. v. (intransitive) to run
     3. v. (intransitive) to hurry, rush


condurre
     1. v. to guide, escort or show someone
     2. v. to conduct, spearhead or lead something
     3. v. to drive a car, pilot an aircraft, steer a boat


fluire
     1. v. (intransitive) to flow, flush


corso d'acqua
     1. n-f. watercourse, run


corsetta
     1. n-f. run (literally a little run)
     2. n-f. A quick pace, faster than a walk.


percorso
     1. v. past participle of percorrere
     2. n. distance
     3. n. journey
     4. n. route, run
     5. n. (sport) course


lanciare
     1. v. to throw, to chuck, to sling
     2. v. to launch (also figuratively, e.g. a new product)
     3. v. to access or activate a program, to call up


mandata
     1. Participle. feminine singular of mandato
     2. n. consignment
     3. n. turn (of a lock)
     4. n. run


smagliatura
     1. n. run, ladder (in stockings etc)
     2. n. (chiefly in the plural) stretch mark


galoppata
     1. n. gallop
     2. n. run
     3. Participle. feminine singular of galoppato


flusso
     1. n. flow
     2. n. flux


venire
     1. v. (intransitive) to come, arrive
     2. v. (intransitive) to be (see usage notes)


recinto
     1. n. enclosure, cote
     2. n. pen, run (for animals)
     3. n. paddock
     4. n. fence or surrounding wall
     5. v. first-person singular present of recintare
     6. v. past participle of recingere (feminine: recinta, masculine plural: recinti, feminine plural: recinte)


periodo
     1. n. period, time, span, run
     2. n. moment
     3. n. age, epoch
     4. n. season


distacco
     1. n. detaching
     2. n. parting
     3. n. detachment (all senses)
     4. n. run
     5. v. first-person singular present indicative of distaccare


uscita
     1. n. exit, way out
     2. n. loophole
     3. n. outing, trip
     4. n. (publishing) release, run (of a publication)
     5. n. (finance) outflow (of cash)
     6. n. (electronics) output, connector
     7. Participle. feminine of uscito


trotterellata
     1. Participle. feminine singular of trotterellato


sgocciolamento
     1. n-m. dripping, run


stabbio
     1. n. pen, fold, run (for animals)
     2. n. pigsty
     3. n. manure
     4. v. first-person singular present indicative of stabbiare


addiaccio
     1. n. pen, run or fold (for animals at night)
     2. n. bivouac
     3. v. first-person singular present indicative of addiacciare


giro
     1. n. turn, twist, rotation, revolution
     2. n. detour
     3. n. lap (of a race)
     4. n. tour, trip, stroll
     5. n. (in the plural) rounds (of a postman etc)
     6. n. period, space, course, time, run
     7. n. ring (illicit)
     8. n. turn, round
     9. n. circulation (of money)
     10. n. row (of knitting)
     11. v. first-person singular present indicative of girare


quantitativo
     1. adj. quantitative
     2. n. amount, quantity, run, stock (of goods)


sgocciolio
     1. n-m. dripping


tiratura
     1. n. circulation (newspaper)
     2. n. edition
     3. n. run


stazzo
     1. n. fold, pen, run
     2. v. first-person singular present indicative of stazzare


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