One-Point English Idiom lesson: Run Into

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When you’re out somewhere and you unexpectedly see someone you know, you can say that you ran into them. To run into someone means you meet someone you know by chance. The structure is run into + [someone]:

– I ran into my cousin Tom at the mall.
– We ran into Lucy’s mom yesterday. It’s been years since we have seen her.

Who have you run into lately?

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