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Definition of "run-ups" [run-ups]

  • Plural form of run-up. (noun)

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Use "run-ups" in a sentence
  • "No matter what any “guru” preaches, you cannot have massive societal and even world-wide price run-ups in securities and real estate prices on a wide-scale basis when real overall economic growth is slow or moderate — not without generating a “bubble” and a subsequent collapse."
  • "The ski area course included two challenging climbs, several off-camber descents, two run-ups and two long paved straightaways linking the sides of the course."
  • "So I think you're going to see a lot of the same issues on the commodity side as you see on the energy side: Can position limits help to dampen volatility and prevent huge price run-ups?"