This page is about the slang term run-in.
Meaning: a serious argument or problem with someone
- Don was walking his dog when he had a run-in with someone he'd sold a used car to. The guy was angry about the problems he'd had with it.
- One of my kids had a run-in with the law yesterday. He was stopped for speeding and then charged with driving an unregistered car.
We could see that Terry was having a run-in with the guy because they were
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Contributor: Matt Errey