ha corrido
Present perfectél/ella/ustedconjugation ofcorrer.

correr

Y no crean que no se ha corrido la voz.
And don't think the word hasn't gotten around.
Solo uno de nosotros se ha corrido.
Only one of us came.
Desde que se ha corrido la voz, habrá doblado su valor.
It's probably doubled in value since it's been splattered all over the media.
Ya se ha corrido la voz por las calles.
Word's already on the street.
Creo que se ha corrido la voz.
I think the word's probably out.
Tu barra de labios se ha corrido.
Your lipstick's smeared.
Supongo que se ha corrido la voz.
I guess the word is out.
Parece que se ha corrido la voz.
Looks like word gets around.
Oh, se ha corrido la voz.
Oh, word is out I see.
Aún no se ha corrido.
You haven't come yet.
Ya se ha corrido la voz.
The word's out already.
Ya se ha corrido la voz.
The news has spread.
Recreamos el pasado que la gente no puede concebir porque el punto de partida se ha corrido y es sumamente bajo.
We recreate the past that people cannot conceive because the baseline has shifted and is extremely low.
El problema no es nuevo, pero se ha ignorado, se ha corrido un tupido velo sobre él, ha quedado en familia.
This is not a new issue but it is an issue which has been ignored; swept under the carpet; kept within the family.
El tercer encierro de las fiestas de Sanfermin, con toros de la ganadería sevillana de Miura, ha sido uno de los encierros más rápidos de los últimos 25 años, ya que se ha corrido en 2:13 segundos.
The third Sanfermin running of the bulls, with Miura bulls from the Seville bull-ranch, was one of the fastest ever in the last 25 years. It took only 2:13 sec. to cover the distance.
Pedimos a la Comisión que tenga en cuenta estos hechos en las iniciativas que se están adoptando ahora, sobre todo en la medida en que en las denominadas instituciones financieras internacionales y mundiales se ha corrido la voz de que existe tal conexión.
We would ask the Commission to take these factors into consideration in any initiatives now taken, given also that the word has now spread in what are called the worldwide and international financial institutions that the two aspects are indeed interrelated.
¿Se ha corrido la voz a Londres, señor?
Word has spread to London, sir?
Se ha corrido la voz, ¿eh? _ BUeno, ya sabes, ¿que puedo decir?
Word gets around, huh? Well, you know, what can I say?
Se ha corrido la voz por toda la Base.
Word's all over the base by now.
Se ha corrido la voz, la gente lo sabe.
Words all over, people know.
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