run over

run over
фраз. гл.
1) переливаться через край

The bathwater is running over! — Вода в ванной льётся через край!

2) выходить (за некоторый предел)

We've tried to keep the cost of the repairs in the original sum, but we may run over by a few pounds. — Мы пытались сделать так, чтобы стоимость ремонта не была больше исходной суммы, но всё же мы немного превысили её.

3) сбить, переехать, задавить

Slow down, you might run someone over. — Поезжай помедленнее, ты можешь кого-нибудь сбить.

Syn:
4) (run over with) быть увлечённым; быть переполненным (каким-л. чувством, идеями)

Students usually run over with inventiveness. — Студенты обычно переполнены разными новыми идеями.


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