run off

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kaçmak
rolik açmak
sağmak
akıtmak
basmak
akış
kopya çoğaltmak
boşaltmak
koşarak egzersiz yapmak
yayınlamak
with (âşığı) ile kaçmak
kaç

Leyla muhtemelen yine kaçtı. - Layla has probably run off again.

Neden Boston'a kaçtın? - Why did you run off to Boston?

with: (âşığı) ile kaçmak
(yarışta, oyunda) beraberliği çözmek
(matbaacılık) basmak
with: -i çalmak, - i aşırmak
akıp gitmek
(deyim) run sth. off
with -i çalmak, -i aşırmak
matb. basmak
firar etmek
(yarışta/oyunda) beraberliği çözmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kaçmak 2- çabucak yazıvermek , çırpıştırmak
(deyim) çabucak yazıvermek,çırpıştırmak
kayma
beraberliği çözücü yarış
run off the rails
kafayı yemek
run off with
aşırmak
run off with
kaçmak
run off with
Biriyle kaçmak. "My sister ran off with her boyfriend and got married when she was quite young."
run off the rails
yoldan çıkmak, yolu şaşırmak, aklını oynatmak, kafayı yemek
run off the rails
raydan çıkmak
run off vote
balotaj
run off vote
adayların yeterli oyu sağlayamaması
runoff
şerbet
runoff
akarsu
runoff
(Coğrafya) yüzey akışı
runoff
(Coğrafya) yüzeysel akış
runoff
akış
runoff
akma
runoff
fazlalık
run around like a chicken with its head cut off
deli dana gibi dolanmak
run something off
Kopyasını çıkarmak

Could you run me off five copies of this,please?.

run-off
(runoff voting) Bir turnuvada iki yarışmacı arasında bir sonraki tura kalacak kişiyi belirlemek için kullanılan bir oylama sistemi
run-off election
İki türlü seçim; Sonucu kesin belirleyici seçim

Mr. Karzai will need more than 50 percent of the total to avoid a run-off election next month.

run-off voting
Bir turnuvada iki yarışmacı arasında bir sonraki tura kalacak kişiyi belirlemek için kullanılan bir oylama sistemi
run-off water
-Off su koşmak
runoff
(runoff voting) Bir turnuvada iki yarışmacı arasında bir sonraki tura kalacak kişiyi belirlemek için kullanılan bir oylama sistemi
runoff
balotaj
runoff
yağmurun emilmeyerek toprak üstünde kalan kısm
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make photocopies, or print

Please run off a couple dozen more flyers to pass out.

To flee or depart quickly

Don't run off before the end of the event.

To leave someone without prior advice

He ran off to France leaving her with all the debts and three children to bring up.

To pour or spill off or over

They kept a barrel to store rainwater that has run off the roof.

To operate by a particular energy source

This radio runs off batteries.

To chase someone away

If anyone comes into this field, the bull will soon run them off.

To write something quickly

Shakespeare could run off a play in just a couple of days.

If you run off with someone, you secretly go away with them in order to live with them or marry them. The last thing I'm going to do is run off with somebody's husband We could run off together, but neither of us wants to live the rest of our lives abroad. = run away
run away secretly with one's beloved; "The young couple eloped and got married in Las Vegas"
run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
reproduce by xerography
decide (a contest or competition) by a runoff leave suddenly and as if in a hurry; "The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"; "When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out
escape; print, make copies; produce quickly; drive away, expel; hold an additional race to determine the winner after an unclear previous match
force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings; "Drive away potential burglars"; "drive away bad thoughts"; "dispel doubts"; "The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers"
leave suddenly and as if in a hurry; "The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"; "When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
run off as waste; "The water wastes back into the ocean"
If you run off copies of a piece of writing, you produce them using a machine. If you want to run off a copy sometime today, you're welcome to
decide (a contest or competition) by a runoff
run off at the mouth
To talk incessantly (about something)
run off with
To steal or abscond

He ran off with my wallet.

run off with
To leave with someone with the intention of living with them or marrying them. Usually in secret because other people think it is wrong

The chief accountant has run off with his secretary!.

run around like a chicken with its head cut off
To act in a haphazard or aimless way; frantically or without control

The president doesn't know what to do. He's running around like a headless chicken.

runoff
That portion of precipitation or irrigation on an area which does not infiltrate, but instead is discharged from the area
runoff
Dissolved chemicals, etc, included in such water

The runoff of nitrates is poisoning the lake.

run something off
1. produce a copy on a machine. 2. write or recite something quickly and with little effort. 3. drain liquid from a container
run-off voting
A voting system used to elect a single winner, whereby only two candidates from the first round continue to the second round
run-off
- Water drained from the land
run-off
Water from rainfall or irrigation that is allowed to flow off the property Run-off can be thought of as a lost resource and a contributor to non: point source pollution
run-off
water that drains off the surface of land after irrigation or rain
run-off
That part of precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that drains off land into surface water It can carry sediments and pollutants into the receiving waters
run-off
A final, elimination election used to determine the winner among the highest vote-getters in the previous, just-held election
run-off
A reinsurance policy termination provision under which the reinsurer remains liable for losses occurring after the date of termination on policies in force on that date
run-off
precipitation that the ground does not absorb and that ultimately reaches rivers, lakes or oceans
run-off
Any rainwater, leachate, or other liquid that drains over the land from any part of a facility
run-off
A termination provision of a reinsurance contract that stipulates the reinsurer remains liable for loss as a result of occurrences taking place after the date of termination for reinsured policies-in-force at the date of termination until their expiration or for a specified time period
run-off
Generally refers to water, which has fallen as precipitation, which is channeled directly to streams, rivers etc
run-off
Rainfall not absorbed by soil
run-off
A run-off is an extra vote or contest which is held in order to decide the winner of an election or competition, because no-one has yet clearly won. There will be a run-off between these two candidates on December 9th
run-off
In terms of Stormwater, run-off is the rainwater that is not absorbed by the soil
run-off
Water which, having fallen, flows across the surface of the ground (or a landfill or other accumulation of material), picking up materials such as soil, agricultural chemicals and other transportable materials, continuing into a watercourse
run-off
water that drains or flows of the surface of the land
run-off
That part of precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that runs off the land into streams or other surface-water It can carry pollutants from the air and land into receiving waters Running Losses: Evaporation of motor vehicle fuels from the fuel tank while the vehicle is in use
run-off
That part of precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that runs off the land into streams or other surface water It can carry pollutants from the air and land into the receiving waters
run-off
Rainwater that flows off a land surface
run-off
Process of shedding spray from surface during and immediately after pesticide application, when droplets coalesce to form continuous film and surplus liquid drops from surface Also, the water, derived from precipitation, that ultimately reaches stream channels
run-off
The portion of precipitation that flows over the land surface or in open channels
run-off
Two or more hounds in contention for a placement or Best-of-Breed
run-off
The process of settling claims for an account that has stopped accepting new risks
runoff
Excess rainwater that can carry contaminants---untreated---from urban concrete and other human-made surfaces, into sewers, rivers and streams
runoff
Portion of rain or snowmelt that runs across the land surface and flows through the surface soil, ultimately reaching the stream or river
runoff
The amount of precipitation not absorbed into the ground which flows into the sea It can cause fluctuations in the sea level, for example in a harbour at the mouth of a river Sea level along open coasts is not noticeably affected by it
runoff
a final election to resolve an earlier election that did not produce a winner
runoff
the flow of water from the land to oceans or interior basins by overland flow and stream channels
runoff
That part of precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that is not absorbed by soil and which drains or flows off the land into streams or other surface waters
runoff
Water from rain or irrigation that flows across, rather than into, the land Runoff increases as the amount of impervious surfaces increases Runoff often carries pollutants, such as pesticides, excess nutrients, and sediments It is a major vehicle for nonpoint source pollution In undeveloped forest land, little rain runs off as plant cover and roots allow rainwater to seep slowly into the soil In developed suburban and urban land, the increased amount of impervious surfaces decreases the absorption of rainfall and increases runoff Runoff flushes pollutants contained on the impervious surfaces and in the rainwater itself into nearby streams High amounts of runoff can erode stream banks and cause flooding After reaching the receiving water body, pollutants from runoff degrade water quality
runoff
The flow across the land surface of water that accumulates on the surface when the rainfall rate exceeds the infiltration capacity of the soil
runoff
Water from rain, snowmelt, or irrigation that flows over the ground surface and returns to streams, “running off” the land to the stream It includes the water and everything it picks up along the way
runoff
The portion of the precipitation on the land which ultimately reaches the streams especially the water from rain or melted snow that flows over the surface
runoff
That part of precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that drains or flows off the land into streams or other surface waters
runoff
water that flows over the land surface into a waterbody
runoff
The flow of water, usually from precipitation, which is not absorbed into the ground It flows across the land and eventually runs to stream channels, lakes, oceans, or depressions or lowpoints in the Earth's surface The characteristics that affect the rate of runoff include rainfall duration and intensity as well as the ground's slope, soil type, and ground cover Runoff can pick up pollutants from the air and land, carrying them into the streams, lakes, etc
runoff
(1) The portion of rainfall that is not absorbed by the deep strata and not lost to vegetation or evaporation It is that which finds its way into streams as surface flow (2) The total stream discharge of water (quantity or rate), including both surface and sub surface flow, usually expressed in acre feet or in cubic feet per second per square mile of drainage area
runoff
Water that flows over the ground surface to the drainage system
runoff
That part of precipitation, snowmelt, or irrigation water that flows from the land to streams or other surface waters
runoff
The water that flows overland to lakes or streams during and shortly after a precipitation event
runoff
A second or further round of an indecisive election, after other candidates (often all but the last two) have been eliminated
runoff
Drainage or flood discharge that leaves an area as surface flow or as pipeline flow, having reached a channel or pipeline by either surface or subsurface routes Generally, surface water entering river, lakes, or reservoirs < back to top S
runoff
rainwater or snowmelt which flows over the surface of the ground without seeping into the soil
runoff
(1) That part of the precipitation, snow melt, or irrigation water that appears in uncontrolled surface streams, rivers, drains or sewers Runoff may be classified according to speed of appearance after rainfall or melting snow as direct runoff or base runoff, and according to source as surface runoff, storm interflow, or ground-water runoff (2) The total discharge described in (1), above, during a specified period of time (3) Also defined as the depth to which a drainage area would be covered if all of the runoff for a given period of time were uniformly distributed over it
runoff
Water from rain, snow melt, or irrigation that flows over the ground surface and returns to streams It can collect pollutants from air or land and carry them to the receiving waters S
runoff
the occurrence of surplus liquid (as water) exceeding the limit or capacity
runoff
That part of the precipitation that appears in surface streams It is the same as streamflow unaffected by artificial diversions, storage, or other works of man in or on the stream channels Runoff may be classified as follows
runoff
Water traveling across the ground surface, caused by heavy rains or irrigation If the surrounding ground is sloped toward a pond, surface runoff can wash dirt and garden chemicals into the water
runoff
n: Surface water effluent (usually from precipitation but may be from human activities such as irrigation) that moves too quickly to be absorbed into the ground It flows down contour gradients to enter stream and river systems, carrying with it anything light enough to be borne in the volume of water, which may be light after a small rain or tremendous in the wake of a storm, when even large boulders and trees get swept up in the runoff When runoff travels over deforested or unplanted agricultural lands, it carries away large quantities of topsoil Runoff from agricultural areas often carries heavy doses of biocides , fertilizers, and other nutrients, which can lead to eutrophication when introduced into aquatic systems
runoff
{i} excess liquid that drains or flows into streams; final round in an election or competition
runoff
water from rain, snow melt, or irrigation that flows over the ground and returns to streams, lakes, or wetlands It can collect pollutants from air or land and carry them to the receiving waters
runoff
That part of the precipitation that appears in uncontrolled surface streams, drains, or sewers It is the same as streamflow unaffected by artificial diversion, imports, storage, or other works of man in or on the stream channels
Türkçe - İngilizce

run off teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

run sth. off
(deyim) run off
run off

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    rʌn ôf

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    /ˈrən ˈôf/ /ˈrʌn ˈɔːf/

    Etimoloji

    [ '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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