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running in Other sports topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrunningrun‧ning1 /ˈrʌnɪŋ/ ●●● S3 noun [uncountable]  1 DSOthe activity or sport of runningjogging Did you go running this morning? New facilities include a pool and a running track. running shoes2 the running of something3 be in the running/out of the running4 make (all) the running
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runningAn angry mob creates confusion and prevents the smooth running of its hunting sequence.go runningHe went running off after the boy down the tunnel, dodging people and cannoning into others.Don't let him go running amok, Bill.I shouldn't let him go running around like that.Something had scared him enough to make him go running across rooftops in the early hours of the morning.I go running to the phone..I went running up there with my brothers.My son went running to Irene's house to see what was the matter.Do you want to go running with me?We were friends, on Sunday afternoons we went running in the lower meadows.