Run Of The Mill :
Run It Up The Flagpole And See If Anyone Salutes. :
This idiom is used to suggest trying out an idea to see if people accept it.
Run Off Your Feet :
If you are run off your feet, you are extremely busy and don’t have enough time to do everything.
Run Out Of Gas :
If a campaign or project runs out of gas, it loses energy and momentum and progress sows or halts.
Run Rings Around Someone :
If you run rings around someone, you are so much better than them that they have no change of keeping up with you.
Run Something into The Ground :
If people run something into the ground, they treat or manage it so badly that they ruin it.
Run The Gauntlet :
To face the criticize
If somebody is being criticized harshly by a lot of people, they are said to run the gauntlet.
Run The Show :
If someone runs the show, they like to be in control and make all the decisions.
Run To Ground :
If you run someone or something to ground, you pursue until you capture or find them or it.
Run Your Mouth Off :
If someone runs their mouth off, they talk too much.
If something is run-of-the-mill, there is nothing exceptional about it. It is ordinary or average.
Running On Empty :
If you are exhausted but keep going, you are running on empty.
Running Of Fumes :
If someone has used all their energy on something, but must continue, they are running on fumes. It is an expression used when driving a car when the needle is on empty but still running. We say it is running on fumes.
Run Of The Mill
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