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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to move somewhere fast or running)
a. to run
Fui corriendo a la parada del bus porque llegaba tarde a trabajar.I ran to the bus stop because I was late for work.
b. to rush
Los bomberos fueron corriendo al lugar del incendio.The firemen rushed to the location of the fire.
c. to go running
No vayas corriendo al mecánico todavía. Primero consulta las instrucciones del arranque del carro, por si estás haciendo algo mal.Don't go running to your mechanic just yet. First check the ignition instructions for the car, just in case you're doing something wrong.
d. to go quickly
Hay un coche de policía en la puerta de tu casa. Más vale que vayas corriendo.There's a police car outside your house. You'd better go there quickly.
e. to dash
Después del trabajo, fui corriendo a casa para prepararme para mi cena romántica.After work, I dashed home to get ready for my romantic dinner.
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