⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'run back' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to run backzurückrennen
to run sth. back [sports: have a rematch]
etw.Akk. wiederholen [Sport: Revanche austragen]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • To win the game a player must accumulate $200,000 and then make a daring run back to their home city (their first city in the game) before any opponent can catch them via what is known as a rover play.
  • The Pros relied heavily on Boynton, but could no recover from an early blocked drop-kick, which was run back for the first Arkon score.
  • Henry would also drift offside to fool the defence then run back onside before the ball is played and beat the offside trap, although he never provided Arsenal a distinct aerial threat.
  • The Astros would get the run back in the bottom of the 14th when Hatcher (in a classic goat-to-hero-conversion-moment) hit one of the most dramatic home runs in NLCS history, off the left-field foul pole.
  • The participants run from Braunschweig to Schierke, cross the Brocken, overnight in Schierke and run back again the next day.
  • A 2–2 draw meant the title of the Pan-American Games Mexico 1956 for Teté's men on an unbeaten run. Back in Brazil, the players were visited in Rio de Janeiro by the Vice President of the Republic, João Goulart (a former juvenile player for the team), and went to the Catete Palace to receive the trophy from the hands of the President of the Republic, Juscelino Kubitschek.
  • A siding between the running lines to the north of the station allows trains from Central London to be reversed and run back eastwards.
  • He finished the season with 10 tackles and one interception run back for 37 yards.
  • In the Super Bowl, Gannon threw a Super Bowl-record five interceptions – three of which were run back for touchdowns – in a 48–21 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • The men run back to evade the hornets, and in their hurry, toss away their packs and rifles.
  • Half-court games require less cardiovascular stamina, since players need not run back and forth a full court.
  • 61 world best in the 2-mile race set in 1997, he remains the only man in history to run back-to-back sub-four-minute miles, splitting circa 3:59.4 on both the first and second half of the race.
  • The Doctor and Jo run back to the TARDIS, pursued by the Dalek Supreme and the other Daleks.
  • If the sweeper does move up the field to distribute the ball, they will need to make a speedy recovery and run back into their position.
  • Locomotives could be turned, coaled and watered just outside the station or would run back to the nearest engine shed at Stratford.
  • Once play begins, one player from each team attempts to grab the object and then run back to their own team's end of the field to score a point.
  • She played football, kayaked in the lake next to the family home, cross-country skied, and she used to run up to the family cottage up in the mountains, touch the wall and run back down.
  • Drill pipe, HWDP and collars are typically racked back in stands in to the monkeyboard which is a component of the derrick if they are to be run back into the hole again after, say, changing the bit.
  • During the Sheffield Blitz by the Luftwaffe, the bombers used the dam at the end of Stocksbridge as a turning point for their run back toward Sheffield.
  • In endotherms, body heat is maintained by signaling the mitochondria to allow protons to run back along the gradient without producing ATP (proton leak).
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Enthält Übersetzungen von der TU Chemnitz sowie aus Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (nur Englisch/Deutsch).
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