run over[ ruhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF run over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUN OVER
He ain't been run over—he's gone broke-lost all our money; every last cent.
Must a man be a beggar because he is run over, or because he is half blind?
I sent word for you to run over with her, father, an' have some supper.
When you bile potaters, don't you let 'em run over onto the stove.
If you have a mind to rat, rat sans phrase, and run over to the Jewish side.
For more than a week the trains from the east and the north could not run over this route.
I'll get in my motor-boat and take a run over to Waterfield to see Mr. Damon.
Hold, Maria—what a catalogue of uncomfortable comforts have you run over.
Try your hand at some of them and I'll run over the work and sign.
By the way, Knowles, why don't you run over and meet Lady Carey?