corriendo



Del verbo correr: (conjugar)
corriendo es:
el gerundio

WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014:

Principal Translations
correr vi (dar pasos rápidos) move rapidlyrun vi
 Cuando el ladrón vio a la policía corrió a esconderse.
 When the thief saw the police he ran and hid.
correr vi (moverse deprisa)as quickly as possible expr
 on footat a run expr
 Vamos corriendo que llegamos tarde.
 Let's go as quickly as possible. We're going to be late.
correr vi (extenderse) of waterrun, flow vi
 El río Aluminé, que se encuentra en Argentina, corre de norte a sur por más de 250 km de largo.
 The River Aluminé in Argentina runs (or: flows) from north to south and is over 250km long.
correr vi (viento: soplar) of a breeze, windblow vi
 Junto a la ventana corre un viento muy agradable.
 There's a lovely breeze blowing over by the window.
correr vi (rumor: propagarse) rumour: circulatego round, go around vi + adv
 spread vi
 En México, corre el rumor de que se avecina una nueva devaluación del peso.
 There's a rumour going round (or: going around) that there will be another devaluation of the peso in Mexico soon.
correr vi (encargarse del pago de algo) meet the expensespay for vi
 pick up the tab expr
 La empresa corre con mis gastos cuando salgo de viaje de negocios.
correr vi (pasar el tiempo) of timego by, pass vi + adv
 rapid passage of timefly vi
 Al correr los días sin tener noticias de su hermano, tuvo un mal presentimiento.
 As the days went by (or: passed) without news of her brother, she had a bad premonition.
correr vtr (mover algo de lugar) change place of [sth]move vtr
 Como aumenté de peso tuve que correr el botón del pantalón.
 Since I gained weight, I had to move the button on my pants.
correr vtr (exponerse a un peligro) risksrun vtr
 Maneja con precaución, no corras riesgos.
 Drive carefully; don't run any risks.
correr vtr AmL (echar a alguien del trabajo) dismissfire vtr
 UKsack vtr
 dismiss temporarilylay off vtr phrasal sep
 A causa de la baja en las ventas el gerente planea correr a varios vendedores.
 Because of the drop in sales, the executive is planning to fire several salespeople.
correr vi AmL (echar a alguien de un lugar) get rid of someonethrow [sb] out vi + adv
 Tomás se puso insoportable y lo corrí de mi casa.
 Tomás made himself unbearable, and I threw him out of my house.
correrse vprnl (esparcirse algo) ink, dye, etc.run vi
 Mis notas se mojaron y la tinta se corrió.
 My notes got wet, and the ink ran.
correrse vprnl España, vulgar (persona: llegar al orgasmo) vulgar, orgasmcome vi
 vulgar, slangcum vi
 climax vi
 Ella cree que es frígida porque nunca ha logrado correrse.
 She believes that she's frigid, because she's never been able to come.
 
Additional Translations
correr vi (hacer ejercicio) physical exerciserun, jog vi
 Por las mañanas salgo a correr con mi perro.
 In the morning, I go out running (or: jogging) with my dog.
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WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014:

Compound Forms:
correr a buscar ayuda run to get help
correr a cargo de be in charge of
correr con los gastos take care of expenses
correr el riesgo run the risk
correr la voz spread the word
correr las cortinas open the curtains
dejarlo correr let it go
 informallet it ride
echar a correr start running
salir a correr go out for a run
 go for a run
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