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school run

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishschool runˈschool run noun [countable usually singular] British English  when parents drive their children to school in the morning or home from school in the afternoon We hope to increase the safety of children who walk to school and cut the number of cars doing the school run.
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school runThe Kahanes had been on a school run.You could go to Newcastle or York shopping and be back in time to do the school run.What they do see me doing is the school run, shopping, cooking their meals and running the household.
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