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.
- Five runners reached the finals.
2. 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
- 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.