Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
To 'run through' can mean 'to quickly pass through somewhere'. So you can 'run through a building' or 'run through a field'. If you 'run through something', it can also mean to read, discuss or repeat something; so you can 'run through the points in a presentation', 'run through the latest news' before a meeting, or 'run through your options before making a decision'. To run through objects, time or resources means to use them up carelessly.