Run into, encontrarse casualmente

Este verbo frasal, obtenido del verbo “to run” (correr) unido a la preposición articulada “into” (en) significa “encontrarse casualmente a alguien”, “ver a alguien por la calle”.

Ej. Today, when I was in town I ran into Susan.

 

One Response to Run into, encontrarse casualmente

  1. Yesterday, when I went to the Mall I ran into Richard Smith our neighbor.
    This evening when Alexander and I went to the cafeteria we ran out with Helen and Thomas.

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