to run off
- decide (a contest or competition) by a runoff
- He's run off ten pounds.
- In short, he's run off without paying off his debt.
- Would you run off twenty copies of his report?
- The nurses were run off their feet every day.
- I had my secretary run off ten copies.
- I'll turn off the fire first, and run to a safe place.
- The child started to run; perhaps he wanted to show off.
- The Fed is trying to stave off a run on the banks.
- First, I'd turn off the fire and then I'd run to a safe place.
- In the long run oat flakes with advocaat for breakfast will knock everybody's socks off.
- In the fourth place, even if we succeeded in carrying off the bear cubs, we could not run up a mountain without stopping to rest.
- Minimise  run-off
- Prevent run-off
- the take-off run available;
- The take-off run available;