1. to run
- Look at that boy running.
2. to travel (movement of vehicles); to drive
- はし 。
- This train runs between Tokyo and Osaka.
3. to hurry to
4. to retreat (from battle); to take flight
5. to run away from homeesp. 奔る
6. to elope
7. to tend heavily towardesp. 趨る
- Editors often go to extremes in providing their readers with unimportant facts.
8. to flash; to streak; to shoot through (e.g. pain)
9. RunningRunning is a means of terrestrial locomotion allowing hum... Read more
奔る 【はしる】、趨る 【はしる】
1. running a wheeled vehicle (e.g. car); running to program, job, etc.; traveling; travelling
- ごえんりょくだ ！
- Please don't lean out of the window when we're moving.
2. base runnerBaseball term
3. BaserunningIn baseball, baserunning is the act of running around the... Read more
1. to begin to run; to start running; to break into a run
- はしりだ 。
- You've run into a storm.
1. the first (harvest, catch) of the season or year
- Any car will do, as long as it runs.
1. running high jump
- She set the world record for the high jump.
1. running long jump
- He has given up running in order to focus on the long jump.
1. to run away; to run off
- はしりさ 。
- Away went the car at full speed.
1. to run around
- はしりまわ 。
- Jim, don't run about in the room.
1. running (cover) the whole distance
- We covered three states in two days.
1. scribbling; scrawl; hasty writing
- I scribbled down his address in the back of my diary.
走り書: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to run into (room, building, etc.)
2. to go for long training runs
1. to run through
- はしりぬ 。
- The horse ran through the fields.
1. to run out (e.g. of the room)
- はしりで 。
- As soon as the lesson was over, they rushed out of the room.
1. distance travelled; mileage
- I had hoped to get another 50,000 miles out of my car, but it gave up the ghost on the expressway and it would cost too much to fix it.