Run by / past – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To run something by someone is to tell them something so that they can consider it and give their opinion.

This phrasal verb can also be run something past someone.

Examples of use:

a) Your ideas for the business are very interesting; I’ll run them by my boss.

b) I would like to run these plans by our manager.

c) The children would love to join your family on holiday – I’ll run it by my wife and let you know tomorrow.

infinitive
run by
present simple
run by and runs by
-ing form
running by
past simple
ran by
past participle
run by

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