Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
run a few errands | a few errands to run
a few errandsrun a few errandsa few errands to run
1) small jobs that involve going to deliver or collect things
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
send someone out to run a few errands for you
An errand is a small journey made to do or collect something usually on behalf of someone else. You can 'run an errand', 'send someone on an errand' or 'do an errand'. If you have a number of such journies to make you might say you 'have a few errands to run'.
Social Examples (Advance)
I'm just popping out to run a few errands. I'll be back at lunchtime.
Instead of going to the shops together, it would be better if I just meet you there because I have a few errands to run in town first.
I havea few errands to runso I'm going to be home a bit late this evening.
Professional Examples (Advance)
I'm snowed under with work at the moment, so I sent Claire out to run a few errands for me.
John has a few errands to run in town so he is going to join the meeting a little late.
It would be great if we had an extra pair of hands to run a few errands from time to time.
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