smuggler, runner, contrabandist, moon curser, moon-curser(noun)
someone who imports or exports without paying duties
someone who travels on foot by running
a person who is employed to deliver messages or documents
"he sent a runner over with the contract"
base runner, runner(noun)
a baseball player on the team at bat who is on base (or attempting to reach a base)
stolon, runner, offset(noun)
a horizontal branch from the base of plant that produces new plants from buds at its tips
a trained athlete who competes in foot races
ball carrier, runner(noun)
(football) the player who is carrying (and trying to advance) the ball on an offensive play
a long narrow carpet
device consisting of the parts on which something can slide along
runner, blue runner, Caranx crysos(noun)
fish of western Atlantic: Cape Cod to Brazil
Agent noun of run; somebody who runs.
A quick escape away from a scene.
He did a runner after robbing the drugstore
A type of soft-soled shoe originally intended for runners, compare trainer; a sneaker.
A part of an apparatus that moves quickly
After the cycle completes, the runner travels back quickly to be in place for the next cycle.
A mechanical part intended for wheels to run on or to slide against another surface.
A strip of fabric used to decorate a table.
The red runner makes the table so festive.
A long, narrow carpet for a high traffic area such as a hall or stairs.
How about we put down a clear runner in the front hall.
a player who runs for a batsman who is too injured to run; he is dressed exactly as the injured batsman, and carries a bat.
A player who runs the bases.
A person (from one or the other team) who runs out onto the field during the game to take verbal instructions from the coach to the players. A runner mustn't interfere with play, and may have to wear an identifying shirt to make clear his or her purpose on the field.
The runner was out at second.
A part of a cigarette that is burning unevenly.
A long stolon sent out by a plant (such as strawberry), in order to root new plantlets.
A short sling with a karabiner on either end, used to link the climbing rope to a bolt or other protection such as a nut or friend.
A competitor in a poker tournament.
one who, or that which, runs; a racer
one employed to solicit patronage, as for a steamboat, hotel, shop, etc
a slender trailing branch which takes root at the joints or end and there forms new plants, as in the strawberry and the common cinquefoil
the rotating stone of a set of millstones
a rope rove through a block and used to increase the mechanical power of a tackle
one of the pieces on which a sled or sleigh slides; also the part or blade of a skate which slides on the ice
a horizontal channel in a mold, through which the metal flows to the cavity formed by the pattern; also, the waste metal left in such a channel
a trough or channel for leading molten metal from a furnace to a ladle, mold, or pig bed
the movable piece to which the ribs of an umbrella are attached
a food fish (Elagatis pinnulatus) of Florida and the West Indies; -- called also skipjack, shoemaker, and yellowtail. The name alludes to its rapid successive leaps from the water
any cursorial bird
a movable slab or rubber used in grinding or polishing a surface of stone
a tool on which lenses are fastened in a group, for polishing or grinding
Origin: [From Run.]
Sheppard and his team attempt to locate Lieutenant Ford, only to find themselves captives of a former soldier who is being hunted by the Wraith.
Runner (noun) a person that part in a game or sports.
Runner is the one who delivers message or reports to a location.Submitted by pinkss5 on September 27, 2015
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'runner' in Nouns Frequency: #2297
The numerical value of runner in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of runner in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of runner in a Sentence
Even the most focused and disciplined runner will zone out at times.
Guys, we have a con artist as the front-runner of the Republican Party.
Training. Guts. Teamwork. What made Flo a great runner also made him a great soldier.
I'm sure the Republicans are enjoying Mr. Trump's current dominance as the front-runner.
The faster The Runner can go, the happier The Runner is, the Runner loves being out there.
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- corredorCatalan, Valencian
- Läuferin, LäuferGerman
- juoksija, kaitaliina, juoksukenkä, matto, luisti, rönsy, liukukisko, liukupinta, hatkatFinnish
- glissière, coulisse, coureur, coureuseFrench
- passatoia, corridore, podistaItalian
- løpar, laupar, utløpar, utløypar, løypar, utlaupar, springarNorwegian Nynorsk
- matte, løper, utløperNorwegian
- corredor, fugaPortuguese
- бегу́н, бегу́нья, бегуно́кRussian
- тркач, trkačSerbo-Croatian
- löpare, snedfitta, utlöpareSwedish
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