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co·rrer  Verb
  1. Translate "correr" to English: run, be quick, hurry, race, speed, fog, pile
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": darse prisa, andar a paso rápido, echar una carrera, ir a pasos rápidos, pegar una carrera, pegarse una carrera, darse una carrera
    Define meaning of "correr": Apresurar el paso, moverse velozmente, ir de prisa. ; Hacer algo con celeridad y rapidez. ; Andar rápidamente, a grandes zancadas, como dando saltos.
  2. Ana corrió hacia la casa, Ann ran towards the house.

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  3. Translate "correr" to English: run, flow
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": fluir, derramarse, desembocar, afluir, correr a chorro, discurrir, manar, dimanar
    Define meaning of "correr": Fluir, discurrir, deslizarse los gases o los líquidos.
  4. El agua corre libremente, Water runs free.

  5. Translate "correr" to English: run, confront
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": encarar, afrontar, arrostrar, confrontar, encararse con, enfrentar, enfrentarse a, hacer frente a
    Define meaning of "correr": Exponerse, afrontar dificultades o peligros.
  6. Ellos corren riesgos, They run risks.

  7. Translate "correr" to English: run, move fast
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": ir a toda prisa, ir rápidamente

  8. Translate "correr" to English: spread, circulate, go about
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": circular, correrse, diseminarse, esparcirse, filtrarse, hacerse público, propagarse
    Define meaning of "correr": Propagar, difundir, propalar, circular, rumores, noticias, infundios, etc.
  9. Los rumores corren sin tregua, Rumors circulate relentlessly.

  10. Translate "correr" to English: operate, run
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": funcionar, operar, trabajar, comenzar a andar, estar operando, marchar, caminar, chutar, furular
    Define meaning of "correr": Desempeñar una persona o cosa las funciones para las que ha sido designada o concebida.
  11. Los programas corren sin problema, The programs run without a problem.

  12. Translate "correr" to English: fire, boot out, dismiss
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": correr del trabajo, despedir, echar, cesantear, cesar, dejar cesante, dejar sin trabajo, desemplear
  13. Ana corrió al jardinero, Ann fired the gardener.

  14. Translate "correr" to English: move, move to one side, draw, budge along, budge up
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": desplazar, mover, trasladar, cambiar de lugar, cambiar de sitio, mover de un lugar a otro, quitar, remover
    Define meaning of "correr": Mover hacia un lado, abrir o cerrar, levantar o echar cortinas, tapices, etc. ; Mover, cambiar algo de sitio.
  15. Juan corrió los muebles, John moved the furniture.

  16. Translate "correr" to English: expand, propagate, spread
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": propagarse, desatarse, expandirse
    Define meaning of "correr": Propagar, difundir, propalar, circular, rumores, noticias, infundios, etc.
  17. El fuego corrió por toda la selva, The fire spread throughout the jungle.

  18. Translate "correr" to English: run, execute, put into operation
    Spanish Synonyms of "correr": ejecutar, echar a andar, poner a funcionar, poner en funcionamiento, poner en servicio, operativizar
  19. Pedro corre el programa en su computadora, Peter runs the program on his...

Verb Conjugation for "correr"
Gerund: corriendo
























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