salir corriendo

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salir corriendo(
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 go out of a place running)
a. to run out
No salgan corriendo de la clase de esa forma cuando suena la campana porque se harán daño.Don't run out of the class like that when the bell rings because you're going to hurt yourselves.
2. (to start to run)
a. to run off
Un niño tiró una piedra a la ventana y, cuando se dio cuenta de que la había roto, salió corriendo.A boy threw a stone at the window, and when he realized he'd broken it, he ran off.
3. (to leave in a hurry)
a. to rush off
Perdona que te interrumpa, pero tengo que salir corriendo o perderé el tren.Sorry to interrupt you, but I must rush off or I'll miss my train.
b. to be off like a shot
Cuando se dio cuenta de lo tarde que era, salió corriendo.When he realized how late it was, he was off like a shot.
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