run up

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English - Turkish
(Ticaret) artmak
gitmek
uğramak
fırlamak
(borca/vb.) girmek
(bayrak) çekmek
(ödenecek bir faturayı) yüklü bir hale getirmek
artırmak
dikivermek
çabucak dikmek
çekmek
koşuşmak
yükseltmek
yukarıya koşmak
hız kazanma
koşturmak
birden artmak
hamle
kısalmak
hedefe yaklaşma
şişirmek (hesap)
(ödenecek bir faturayı) yüklü bir hale getirmek: You've run up quite a bill this month. Bu ayki faturan epey yüklü
çekmek (bayrak)
artırmak. 3
daralmak (elbise)
artırmak (güç vb.)
(deyim) run sth. up 1.çabucak yapmak,dikmek. 2 çoğaltmak,biriktirmek. run up against someone /sth. karşılaşmak
(Fiili Deyim ) koşa koşa yukarı çıkmak
run up to
erişmek
runup
motoru alıştırma
runup
(Askeri) tırmanma
to run up
kadar çalıştırmak
runup
hedefe yaklaşma
runup
hamle
runup
hız kazanma
English - English
of a bowler, to run, or walk up to the bowling crease in order to bowl a ball
To accumulate a debt

He ran up over 5,000 $ in unpaid bills.

To make something, usually an item of clothing, very quickly

I'll run you up a skirt for tomorrow evening.

the action of running up; the area of the pitch used by the bowler to run up, the start of which he marks with a small marker
To bring a flag to the top of it's flag pole
as of debts or scores
perform quickly; cause an increase; accumulate quickly
fasten by sewing; do needlework
make by sewing together quickly; "run up a skirt"
accumulate as a debt; "he chalked up $100 in the course of the evening"
as of debts or scores make by sewing together quickly; "run up a skirt
raise; "hoist the flags"; "hoist a sail"
1. If someone runs up bills or debts, they acquire them by buying a lot of things or borrowing money. He ran up a £1,400 bill at the Britannia Adelphi Hotel see also run-up
The approach run of a highjumper or other athlete in order to gather speed or momentum
The approach run of a bowler before delivering the ball
A period of time just before an important event

The candidates were very nervous in the run-up to the election.

An increase in the value or amount of something

Economists expect a run-up of long-term interest rates.

1. the act of running up something2. a usually sudden increase in volume or price3. (chiefly British) a period immediately preceding an action or event
1. (cricket) The approach run of a bowler before delivering the ball.2. (UK) A period of time just before an important event.3. An increase in the value or amount of something
To hit the ball along or close to the ground toward and onto the green
In sport, a run-up is the run made by a player or athlete, for example before throwing a ball or a javelin, or before jumping. When I began to compete again, I was struggling with my run-up
The short burst of speed put on by a horse in order to clear a jump
A special case of Key–to–line or Gear–to–line, often applied to air control for piston pumps
the rush of water up a structure or BEACH on the breaking of a WAVE The amount of run-up is the vertical height above STILLWATER LEVEL that the rush of water reaches
The run-up to an event is the period of time just before it. The company believes the products will sell well in the run-up to Christmas
a substantial increase over a relatively short period of time; "a runup in interest rates"; "market runups are followed by corrections"
the approach run during which an athlete gathers speed
runup
a substantial increase over a relatively short period of time; "a runup in interest rates"; "market runups are followed by corrections
run up

    Turkish pronunciation

    rʌn ʌp

    Pronunciation

    /ˈrən ˈəp/ /ˈrʌn ˈʌp/

    Etymology

    [ 'r&n ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English ronnen, alteration of rinnen, v.i. and of rennen, v.t., from Old Norse renna; akin to Old High German rinnan, v.i., to run, Sanskrit rinAti he causes to flow, and probably to Latin rivus stream.

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