run into (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb run into (2).

Meaning: If you run into something, you accidentally hit it while you are driving.

For example:

  • run into sth I was teaching my daughter how to drive when she ran into the back of the car in front of us.

  • run into sth Look at this dent. It's where that truck ran into the side of my car.

Quick Quiz:

While Katrina was driving home, she broke one of her headlights when she ran into

a. a main road

b. a traffic jam

c. a stop sign

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Contributor: Matt Errey