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  1. run-in

    • IPA[ˈrʌnɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      the approach to an action or event;the home stretch of a racecourse
    • noun: run-in, plural noun: run-ins

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    • 1. British the approach to an action or event the final run-in to the World Cup
    • the home stretch of a racecourse the horse galloped on strongly up the run-in
    • a period during which an engine or other device is run in each system did run-in for at least 30 days
    • 2. informal a disagreement or fight, especially with someone in an official position a run-in with armed police in Rio
    • a collision a run-in with a parking meter
    • ph.
      (of a quality, trait, or condition) be common or inherent in members of a family, especially ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a quality, trait, or condition) be common or inherent in members of a family, especially ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      arrest someone

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    • ph.
      arrest someone

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    • ph.
      prepare the engine of a new car for normal use by driving slowly for a period of time

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    • ph.
      be fussily busy with little result

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    • ph.
      over or after a long period of time; eventually

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    • ph.
      over or after a long period of time; eventually

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    • IPA[ˈrən ˌin]

    美式

    • n.
      a disagreement or fight, especially with someone in an official position: a run-in with armed police in Rio a run-in with a parking meter

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