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  1. run-up

    • IPA[ˈrʌnʌp]

    英式

    • n.
      the period preceding a notable event;an act of running briefly to gain momentum before performing a jump in athletics, bowling in cricket, etc.
    • noun: run-up, plural noun: run-ups

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    • 1. the period preceding a notable event a programme aimed at lowering unemployment in the run-up to the next election
    • 2. an act of running briefly to gain momentum before performing a jump in athletics, bowling in cricket, etc. high jumper Steve Smith will use his shortened five-stride run-up the bowler started his run-up
    • the strip of ground behind the wicket on which the bowler runs before bowling the start was delayed because the bowlers' run-ups were wet
    • 3. a low approach shot that bounces and runs forward.
    • 4. an act of running an engine or turbine to prepare it for use or to test it other than for the first flight of the day, engine run-ups are not deemed necessary
    • 5. a marked rise in the value or level of something a sharp run-up of land and stock prices
    • ph.
      allow a debt or bill to accumulate

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      allow a debt or bill to accumulate

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      allow a debt or bill to accumulate quickly

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    • ph.
      allow a debt or bill to accumulate

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      experience or meet a difficulty or problem

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    • ph.
      experience or meet a difficulty or problem

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      test the popularity of a new idea or proposal

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      test the popularity of a new idea or proposal

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • n.
      the period preceding a notable event: an acrimonious run-up to legislative elections

    Oxford American Dictionary