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08 / 11 / 2007

RUN AN ERRAND: meaning and examples

Good morning everyone.

Today's content was suggested by Sebastià Altemir. Thanks Sebastià! 

Today's expression is: To run an errand

Meaning: An errand is a job that you do for someone that involves going somewhere to take a message, to buy something, to deliver something, etc.

Example 1:
I usually spend Saturday mornings running errands.

Example 2:
I sent Jack on a simple errand two hours ago, and he still hasn't come back. I wonder what's taking him so long!

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I hope you have a good day and that you don't have to run too many errands.