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run-off
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
run-off /'rʌb'ɔ:f/
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Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [C] a second vote or competition that is held to find a winner because two competitors in the first competition got the same result: She won 55% of the votes in the run-off. + to hold a run-off ballot / election / vote
2 [U, C] rain, water or other liquid that runs off land into streams and rivers: Agricultural run-off containing pesticides is polluting the river.


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