- the order in which groups or performers appear or songs or other items are presented at an event or on a recording；the state of being completely functional or operational
noun: running order, plural noun: running orders
- 1. the order in which groups or performers appear or songs or other items are presented at an event or on a recording:
the tracks appear in the same running order as on the original disc
fans have no idea how much thought and effort goes into working out a running order for a concert
- 2. the state of being completely functional or operational:
the locomotive is back in running order in time to appear alongside other railway icons at the event
...走向毁滅"，再由此導到後半句 it reminds us to be careful in order to keep time from running out，"提醒我們要小心，時間快到了"，這裡的時間指的就是末日之鐘...
... to run to keep up,可以同時有二個to 喔! I had to run (in order) to keep up. 第一個to屬於had（had to=must），第二個to屬於keep...
1. because I had to run restaurant order the the the had of all other tuna out seafood . I had to order...