Definition of run on
Examples of run on in a Sentence
we were just running on about how neither of us has aged a bit after all these years
allow the savings account to run on for now
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Republicans last won statewide office in 2009, when Bob McDonnell ran on a centrist platform focused on the economy.
For the rest of the city, leaf collection runs on regular garbage day and leaves must be bagged, although no stickers are required during the collection period.
That test could be a stress test that tracks the patient with an electrocardiogram while running on a treadmill.
In the time he's shared with Hill in this series, LeBron has shot 60.6% from the floor, per NBA.com—in part because the trains run on time.
Under the primary system, which was approved by voters in a ballot initiative in 2010, all candidates run on the same ballot.
Federighi then showed off a scene from Unity's Book of the Dead demo running on a Macbook equipped with an external GPU.
Translated apps could run on Windows 10 Pro, but performance could suffer because the app wasn't running natively.
Bus, train and trolleys will run on a Sunday schedule on Monday.
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