- the dismissal of a batsman by being run out；a short session of play, practice, or participation in sporting competition, especially at the beginning of a season or after a period of absence due to injury
noun: run-out, plural noun: run-outs
- 1. the dismissal of a batsman by being run out TV assistance for umpires in run-outs and stumpings
- 2. informal a short session of play, practice, or participation in sporting competition, especially at the beginning of a season or after a period of absence due to injury a mid-morning run-out, going over all the moves
- 3. a slight error in a rotating tool, machine component, etc. such as being off-centre or not exactly round slight run-out in your drill can make the holes oversized run-outs are bound to occur
- 4. a length of time or stretch of ground over which something gradually ceases or is brought to an end or a halt the commission recommended abolition after a run-out of ten years
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