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  1. run off

    • ph.
      leave a place or situation suddenly;leave one's home or current partner in order to establish a relationship with someone else
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    • 1. leave a place or situation suddenly
    • 2. leave one's home or current partner in order to establish a relationship with someone else
    • 3. (of a liquid) flow over and away from a surface
    • 4. drain liquid from a container
    • 5. reproduce copies of a piece of writing, music, etc. on a machine
    • 6. write or recite something quickly and with little effort
    • n.
      a further competition, election, race, etc., after a tie or inconclusive result: he won only 49 per cent of the vote, so a run-off will be held

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    • ph.
      reproduce copies of a piece of writing on a machine

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    • ph.
      reproduce copies of a piece of writing on a machine

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    • ph.
      steal something

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    • ph.
      steal something

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    • ph.
      talk excessively or indiscreetly

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    • ph.
      talk excessively or indiscreetly

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    • ph.
      be very busy

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    • ph.
      leave a place or situation suddenly

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