TOEIC Phrasal Verb Lesson - Run OverAug 03, 2023
Learning phrasal verbs like this one will help make your English sound more natural and give you an edge on English exams, like the TOEIC® Exam. There are usually one or two questions on the TOEIC® Exam dealing with phrasal verbs
What does the phrasal verb RUN OVER mean?
The phrasal verb run over means to use more time than previously planned. A meeting, a party, a concert, or even a person can run over.
- The CEO's speech ran over, so we need to extend the meeting a few more minutes.
- If the meeting runs over more than 10 minutes, the hotel will charge us an overtime fee.
- The concert ran over because the band did three encores.
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