run down to
run down to (someone or something)
1. To travel down (something) very quickly on foot to reach someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "run" and "down" to specify what is being traveled down. I ran down the stairs to the front door to greet my father. I ran down to the well, fearing that someone had fallen in.
2. To travel to something or someplace very quickly, especially to accomplish some brief or straightforward task. I just need to run down to the post office to send this package. Would you run down to the bank and deposit this check for me?
3. To deliver something to someone or some place, especially very quickly or hastily. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "run" and "down." I'm just going to run these documents down to Tara in the legal department. I think Tom ran down to Tara's house for a quick visit.
run down to someone or something
to come or go down to someone or something, rapidly. Sally ran down the slope to Bob, who stood waiting for her with outstretched arms. I ran down to the well to get some water for Ed, who had the hiccups.
run down to
some place to travel to a place. (By running or any other means.) I have to run down to the store and get some bread. I want to run down to the bank, but my car is out of gas.