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Definition of "run-off" []

  • Alternative spelling of runoff. (noun)

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Use "run-off" in a sentence
  • "Listed buyout firm Candover was one of the first victims of the credit crunch when it failed to raise a new fund and was asked by investors to dispose of its investments over time -- a process known as "run-off"."
  • ""A large amount of water from the north flowed past Bangkok to the Gulf of Thailand yesterday," Mr Theera said, referring to the run-off water."
  • "No reef ... we had one years ago, but pesticide run-off from the Four Seasons golf course took care of that."
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