Recent Examples of running time from the Web
In recent years, runners have needed to run times that are nearly three and a half minutes faster than their age group's time.
While Samsung estimates the two-in-one gets about nine hours of run time on a single charge, our tests show lower numbers.
Hu’s vast ambition is suggested by his film’s three-hour-and-fifty-minute running time.
His bold move would help put in a trail for his chase pack, allowing their run times to be significantly faster.
The bronze-medal winner at the 2014 Sochi Games is going to have to improve on his training run times in order to reach the podium again.
The series was originally planned as six episodes, but was scaled back to four a week before its premiere, with producers deciding that the material gathered didn't warrant a six-hour running time.
This malevolent, inverted Cyrano de Bergerac tale dominates Love, Simon’s goings-on for most of its running time.
Kimmel and his writing team devised a brilliantly simple scheme to shorten the ceremony's usually-lengthy run time: offer the audience an $18,000 jet ski.
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Definition of running time for English Language Learners
: the amount of time that a movie, performance, recording, etc., lasts from beginning to end
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