to move quicker than walking
Past Participle form
I run for one mile every day.
They started to run for get fit.
A: Do you run?
B: Nah, I hate running. Do you?
A: I've started but I can't run very far.
I ran for the bus this morning and was really tired after.
She ran all over town trying to find a birthday present.
A: How did you hurt your leg?
B: I ran into a table chasing the dog.
I can't talk now. I'm running around the park.
She has been running marathons for years.
A: I'm going to have a shower.
B: What? Now?
A: Yes. I've been running.
I've been so busy. I've ran around all day.
We've ran around this park for years.
A: You're looking well.
B: Thanks. I've lost weight.
A: I thought you had. How did you do diet?
B: Diet and exercise. I've ran every day.