Translation: from spanish

he started to run

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  • run for it — or[make a run for it] {v. phr.} To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. * /The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it./ * /The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run for it — or[make a run for it] {v. phr.} To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. * /The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it./ * /The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run\ for\ it — • run for it • make a run for it v. phr. To dash for safety; make a speedy escape. The bridge the soldiers were on started to fall down and they had to run for it. The policeman shouted for the robber to stop, but the robber made a run for if …   Словарь американских идиом

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