The English phrasal verb ‘Run Down’ has multiple definitions. We will demonstrate In this lesson how run down is used to say someone has low energy or they are not feeling well. We have some examples for you to practice and to try using it in the correct context, good luck !

 

Phrasal Verb: Run Down 2

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Run Down #2

Alternative Meaning: Having low energy or when you are not feeling well.

Example 1:

  • I think I’m starting to get sick I’mĀ feeling so run down.
  • I think I’m starting to get sick I’mĀ feeling very low on energy.

Example 2:

  • After completing the 25km marathon he felt very run down for 3 days.
  • After completing the 25km marathon he had very low energy for 3 days.

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